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    Swiss Steel International






    Swiss Steel USA Inc.
    365 Village Drive
    Carol Stream, IL 60188
    USA
    800-323-1233

    November 2, 2020


    Records Update Request


    Dear Valued Customer,

    Following our previous announcement issued on October 14 regarding the company name change from Schmolz+Bickenbach USA to Swiss Steel USA we kindly request that you update your records with our new company name.

    In addition, we are pleased to provide an update regarding a few other topics related to the name change.

    · Please take a moment to update your records with the new company name:
    Swiss Steel USA Inc.

    · All physical location addresses, phone numbers and bank reference information remain the same, therefore, no other changes are necessary.

    · Email Addresses have been updated according to the following format:
    first initial.last [email protected]

    · All Standard Business Forms (Quotation, Order Confirmation, Invoice etc.) are updated to the new branding format.

    · The new website is transitioning over to the new branding format and the address is:
    www.swisssteel-international.us

    As previously announced the name change applies to all sales and distribution companies worldwide and to the Global Headquarters location in Lucerne, Switzerland. The production business units will keep their names displaying the new logo and brand identity.


    Best Regards,

    Swiss Steel USA

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    Swiss steel? We haven’t had a blast furnace in operation for 85 years.

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    First image in my head was steel with a zillion holes in it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mechanola View Post
    Swiss steel? We haven’t had a blast furnace in operation for 85 years.
    Thats not quite true...

    There is one operating in Gerlafingen to produce special steels.. 😀


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