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Title: 1992Wheatland Purchases Omega Tube And Conduit In Little Rock, Arkansas From Sumitomo Metals


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1992 Wheatland Purchases Omega Tube And Conduit
In LittleRock, Arkansas From Sumitomo
Metals 2002 Wheatland Purchases Sawhill Tubular
From AK Steel 2005 Atlas Purchases Maverick
Tubes HSS Business 2005 Atlas Purchases
Copperweld Tubes HSS Business 2006 Carlyle
Purchases John Maneely Company 2006 John Maneely
And Atlas Merge 2007 John Maneely Purchases
Sharon Tube
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Idled Facility
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ATLAS DIVISION
WHEATLAND DIVISION
David Seeger Chicago, IL
Bill Kerins Sharon, PA
Harrow, Ontario Chicago, Illinois Blytheville,
Arkansas Plymouth, Michigan
Wheatland, Pennsylvania Sharon,
Pennsylvania Cambridge, Ohio Warren, Ohio Niles,
Ohio Chicago, Illinois
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2.4 Million Annual Tons
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS
HOLLOW STRUCTURAL SECTIONS (HSS)
  • Used in non-residential and other applications as
    a structural member including agricultural
    equipment, material handling equipment, trailers
    and foundations
  • Increasing penetration into the construction
    market

Hollow Structural Sections
  • Shapes Round, Square, Rectangle And Deep
    Rectangle
  • Sizes 1.5 -16 Square And 1.25 20 Round
    Typically Custom Lengths
  • Other Specialty Coatings (E.G., Epoxy coat)
    Used In Certain Applications

Attributes
  • High strength-to-weight ratio
  • Clean appearance
  • Relatively low cost vs. other construction
    materials
  • Uniform tolerances
  • Excellent compressive properties
  • Torsional resistance
  • Clean surface and dimensions

Advantages
  • Construction Vertical structural supports, roof
    trusses, piling, water well casing
  • Fabrication agricultural equipment, trailer
    hitches, railcar framework
  • Other pallet racking, highway signage and
    guardrails, roll-over protective structures

End Markets
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS
WHEATLAND/SHARON DIVISION
  • Used In Plumbing, Heating, And Industrial
    Applications For Conveyance Of Fluids, Gas And
    Air Under Pressure
  • Predominantly Used In Commercial And Industrial
    Construction Applications

StandardPipe
  • Galvanized Steel Conduit Products For The
    Encasement Of Electrical Wiring
  • Includes Rigid Steel Conduit (RSC), Electrical
    Metallic Tubing (EMT), Intermediate Metal
    Conduit (IMC), And Electrical Fittings And
    Couplings
  • Predominantly Used In Commercial And Industrial
    Construction Applications

ElectricalConduit
  • Tubular Framework For Metal Fences (Which
    Supports The Chain Link Or Woven Wire Fence Body)
  • Predominantly Used In Industrial, Commercial, And
    High Security Applications

Fence Pipe and Tubing
  • Unfinished Black Product Used To Transport Water
    To Sprinkler Heads For Fire Prevention
  • Used In All Types Of Industrial, Commercial,
    Governmental, Residential Buildings

Fire Sprinkler Pipe
  • Used For A Variety Of Mechanical And Structural
    Purposes And Not Necessarily Designed To Carry
    Fluids Or Gases Under Pressure (E.G., Greenhouse
    Structures, Frame And Awning, Recreational
    Equipment, And Conveyor Tubing)
  • Primarily Purchased By OEMs (E.G., Manufacturers
    Of Conveyors)

Galvanized Mechanical Tube
Seamless
  • High Pressure Fluid or Gas Applications

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CARLYLE GROUP OVERVIEW
CARLYLE GROUP OVERVIEW
  • One of the worlds largest private equity firms
  • Founded in 1987 headquartered in Washington, DC
  • 86 billion of capital committed to 64 active
    funds
  • Approximately 500 investment professionals
  • Nearly 30 Managing Directors and Senior Advisors
  • More than 50 outside US
  • Large diversified investor base (gt1,300 investors
    in 72 countries)
  • Highest ethical and business standards
  • Disciplined investment style with a proven track
    record
  • Conservative/low beta investment approach
  • Significant amount co-invested (i.e., alongside
    limited partners) in our own funds
  • One Carlyle approach unique ability to
    leverage global capabilities
  • Deep experience in numerous industry sectors
  • On-the-ground presence in over 20 countries
    around the world
  • Significant back-office investment systems,
    controls, and infrastructure

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CARLYLE GROUP CONT.
CARLYLE GROUP CONT.
  • Asset Types

Invested Buyout Capital by Industry
Geographies
Total Committed Capital by Geography
Experience across numerous industry sectors,
geographies and asset types
Committed capital as of June 30, 2009
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CARLYLE GROUP CONT.
CARLYLE GROUP CONT.
28 offices in 21 countries
Frankfurt
Stockholm
Luxembourg
Seoul
London
Munich
Denver
Paris
Istanbul
Madrid
New York
Beijing
Milan
Tokyo
Beirut
Washington, DC
Shanghai
Los Angeles
Barcelona
Hong Kong
Cairo
Singapore
Charlotte, NC
Dubai
Mumbai
Mexico City
Sydney
Sao Paolo
Resources to help portfolio companies grow and
source globally
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OPPORTUNITIES
OPPORTUNITIES
  • INTERNAL
  • Employees
  • Operations
  • EXTERNAL
  • Customers
  • Suppliers

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INTERNAL OPPORTUNITIES
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EMPLOYEES
EMPLOYEES
  • They are your most valuable asset
  • Communicate
  • Empowerment
  • Compensation

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OPERATIONS
OPERATIONS
  • Continuous improvement programs (CIPs)
  • Focus on operating metrics
  • Net working capital

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EXTERNAL OPPORTUNITIES
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CUSTOMERS
CUSTOMERS
  • What is a valuable customer?
  • Loyalty
  • Predictability
  • Profitability

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SUPPLIERS
SUPPLIERS
  • Commitment
  • Quality
  • Delivery
  • Price

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VALUE OF BUYING DOMESTIC
VALUE OF BUYING DOMESTIC
  • Eliminates Price Speculation
  • Reduces Capital Outlay
  • Lower Inventory
  • Significantly Lower Delivery Cycle
  • High Quality Product
  • Material Meets Buy American Act
  • Improvement Opportunities

Consistent Supplier Reduces Cost
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