Rolled Alloys acquires Weir Materials

December 16, 2008

Rolled Alloys, Temperance, Mich., recently acquired Weir Materials, Manchester, England. The acquisition formed a new company called RA®Materials, which will offer ZERON®100, a high-strength, corrosion-resistant, superduplex stainless steel. The company is an international stockist and supplier of contract managed pipe work system packages and fabrications.

The acquisition partners Rolled Alloys' range of branded stainless steel, nickel, and titanium alloy products, services, and global distribution facilities with RAMaterials and its high-strength steel. The companies will globally target the oil and gas, desalination, chemical process, pollution control, and mining markets, with RAMaterials specifically targeting customers that seek technically supported, fully serviced, high-alloy metal product supplies. In addition, RAMaterials will continue to market, sell, and grow its core high-strength steel products, develop new products, and penetrate new markets.

RAMaterials will operate a warehouse and a metallurgical and corrosion testing laboratory in Manchester, England, and provide technical support to its global customer base and other Rolled Alloys companies.

Rolled Alloys is a supplier of heat-resistant alloys, corrosion-resistant alloys, aerospace alloys, and branded stainless steels.



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