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Harsco extends scrap services in Mexico

UK / Mexico – Globally-operating mill service provider Harsco Metals has won two multi-year contract renewals from one of Mexico’s major steelmakers valued at more than US$ 225 million in projected revenues.

The contracts, each close to ten years in duration and reflecting new and expanded commercial terms, extend Harsco’s strong relationship with steelmaker Ternium Mexico at the latter’s two Monterrey operations in Guerrero and Apodaca.

Harsco Metals provides both mills with a range of on-site scrap management, slag management, slag handling and metal recovery services, as well as mineral and direct reduced iron handling services. A major producer of steel for both the domestic and export markets, Ternium Mexico is a unit of Ternium SA – one of Latin America’s leading steel companies.

CEO of Harsco Metals Galdino Claro says: ‘The Mexican steel and metals sector is re-inventing itself with technical advances, continued consolidation and increased productivity. These objectives align well with our Harsco business model for innovation and technical leadership, and our overall strategies for further expansion within the world’s developing economies.’

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