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November 2004

Harsco's MultiServ Division Receives Contracts Worth Over $15 Million

Harrisburg, PA— Industrial services and products company, Harsco Corporation, announced that its MultiServ mill services division has been awarded new multi-year contracts totaling more than $15 million in projected new revenues over their duration for on-site mill services at two specialty steel plants in the U.S. and UK.

In the UK, MultiServ will expand its more than 20-year relationship at the Corus Engineering Steels (CES) Aldwarke works to add on-site slag handling services to its ongoing responsibilities. The contract calls for MultiServ to re-engineer and operate the mill’s existing slag pot carriers and to introduce and manage a fleet of new, larger capacity slag pots as the mill increases its annual liquid steel production levels to well over one million tons. CES is one of Europe’s major players in the manufacture of high-grade steel for the automotive, aerospace, energy, machining and general engineering industries.

In the U.S., MultiServ is displacing a competitor to take over responsibilities for on-site slag pot carrying and metal recovery services at Timken Latrobe Steel, a leading producer of small-batch, high-speed tool-and-die steels as well as related new-technology metals for specialized applications. The MultiServ operations, now underway, will be managed as a satellite to the division’s similar operations at neighboring steel plants in and near Latrobe, Pennsylvania.


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