Search form

Ausplow moves ahead of steel price rises

Home > News > Ausplow moves ahead of steel price rises
Ausplow general manager Chris Farmer checks over the latest delivery of steel at the company’s Naval Base factory this week. An astute ordering move means there will be no price increases related to imminent price rises in steel.

Ausplow general manager Chris Farmer checks over the latest delivery of steel at the company’s Naval Base factory this week. An astute ordering move means there will be no price increases related to imminent price rises in steel.

With recent news of an imminent price rise in steel, said to be around nine per cent, Ausplow has purchased six months usage of steel at old prices in order to beat the steel price rises and hence hold off price increases as long as we can.
We also have some availability for February, March and April deliveries of Auseeder DBS bars.
Unfortunately orders for our Multistream is basically closed for the 2018/2019 season.
“We have had very strong demand for both bars and bins this season and with harvest underway and seemingly going well we are expecting our order books to close out over the coming months,” Ausplow general manager Chris Farmer said. “We have hired additional production labour to keep up with the strong sales demand for next season.”

category: 
Publish Date: 
Saturday, November 17, 2018