Grimmel Industries stands by figures ...

Grimmel Industries stands by figures for statewide economic impact

There are 1 comment on the The Citizen story from Jan 31, 2007, titled Grimmel Industries stands by figures for statewide economic impact. In it, The Citizen reports that:

Critics are calling the figures overstated, but Grimmel Industries, in danger of having to move their scrap metal operation from the Port of New Hampshire, is standing by their calculations on the strong ...

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richard powell maine

Biddeford, ME

#1 Feb 16, 2007
i hope people consider the negative effect the closing of exporting steel would have on many others outside new hampshire. not everyone is a "mega dealer" who may easily shift his loads somewhere else. as usual, people who can least afford to see something like this happen would be hurt the most. sign me, old junkies never die they just look that way.

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