Continuous Casting: A Revolution in Steel : the Worldwide Success Story of Concast AG, Zurich

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Write Stuff Enterprises, 1998 - Business & Economics - 238 pages
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It started with a simple phone call, when continuous casting pioneer Irving Rossi called Swiss lawyer Heinrich Tanner, asking him to join as general manager in a new venture to prove that the process had remarkable commercial potential. Rossi and Tanner built a company that became so dominant in the steel industry European and American governments ordered it dissolved.

Offered in English for the first time, Continuous Casting: A Revolution in Steel is H. Tanner's acclaimed personal account of the rise of Concast AG. Tanner balances technical details with recollections and anecdotes to tell the story of the revolutionary continuous casting process and its impact on the worldwide steel industry.

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