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    Worthington Industries acquires James Russell Engineering Works

    Worthington Industries Inc.

    Worthington Industries Inc. (NYSE: WOR) has acquired James Russell Engineering Works Inc. (JRE), which manufactures aluminum and stainless-steel cryogenic transport trailers used for hauling liquid oxygen, nitrogen, argon, hydrogen, and liquefied natural gas (LNG) for top producers and distributors of industrial gases and LNG.  

    Andrew Billman, president of the Worthington Industries’ pressure cylinders business, said, “JRE is renowned for constructing some of the highest-quality trailers in North America. Their capabilities complement the Aritas cryogenic business that we recently purchased in Europe. With the addition of JRE’s transport trailers, we are now able to support our customers’ storage and transport needs in every part of the LNG and industrial gas ‘mobile pipeline,’ from the oil field to onsite storage and regasification.” 

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