MMFX closes Welland facility, citing tough times in steel industry

Last month, nanostructured steel manufacturer MMFX Technologies announced that it's temporarily shutting down its Welland steel mill in Ontario, Canada and laying off 27 employees. With the construction and automotive industries struggling, U.S. steel mills are operating at only 40% to 45% capacity ...

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