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Company Overview of D & J Engineering Steels Limited

Company Overview

D & J Engineering Steels Limited operates in the steel sector. D & J Engineering Steels Limited was formerly known as Midsteel Bars Limited and changed its name to D & J Engineering Steels Limited as a result of its acquisition by D and J (Steels) Ltd. The company was incorporated in 1992 and is based in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom. As of March, 2010, D & J Engineering Steels Limited operates as a subsidiary of D and J (Steels) Ltd.

Lambert Works

Colliery Road

Wolverhampton,  WV1 2RD

United Kingdom

Founded in 1992

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