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August 29, 2015 5:59 PM ET

Metals and Mining

Company Overview of Niagara LaSalle Corporation

Company Overview

Niagara LaSalle Corporation manufactures and supplies cold finished steel bars. It offers annealed cold drawn bars, annealed hot rolled bars, lead-bearing steel, high temperature stress relieved steel, surface removed steel bar materials, carbon steel, alloy steel bars, and specialty products. The company’s products are offered in rounds, hexagons, flats, squares, and special shapes. Its services include descaling, cold drawing, turning and polishing, chamfering and deburring, non-destructive testing, special straightening, and saw cutting. The company serves automotive, construction equipment, agricultural equipment, rail, mining, power and hand tool, power generation equipment (green power...

1412 150th Street

Hammond, IN 46327

United States

Founded in 1929

Phone:

219-853-6000

Fax:

219-853-6081

Key Executives for Niagara LaSalle Corporation

Niagara LaSalle Corporation does not have any Key Executives recorded.

Niagara LaSalle Corporation Key Developments

Niagara LaSalle Corp. Plans to Close its South Buffalo Steel Bar Plant

Niagara LaSalle Corp. has filed a notice with the state Labor Department to close its South Buffalo Steel bar plant. Before the end of August 2015, 49 jobs will be eliminated by the closure of the facility at 110 Hopkins Street.

Niagara LaSalle Corp Plans to Close its Plant in Buffalo, New York and to Lay Off 49 Employees

Niagara LaSalle Corp. plans to close its plant in Buffalo, New York, due to 'persistent challenging market conditions'. Some 49 employees will be laid off on July 31, 2015. None of the affected workers is unionised.

Ticona Polymers, Inc., Best Sanitizers, Inc. and Niagara LaSalle Corp. Proposes Projects to Invest and Expand Their Operations

Ticona Polymers Inc., Best Sanitizers Inc. and Niagara LaSalle Corp. proposed projects to invest and expand their operations. The largest expansion in terms of total investment would be Ticona Polymers', which plans to spend $4.2 million on building improvements and $21.5 million on equipment. Ticona Polymers proposes to expand its existing facility in Florence, located at 8040 Dixie Hwy., and purchase new equipment that will include both prototyping and full-scale production lines.

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