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Parent company of Youngstown pipe mill unveils new website

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BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT, France - The parent company of a Youngstown pipe manufacturer is increasing its online presence by introducing a new website.

Vallourec, a corporation based in France, now has a single website and extended footprint on social media.

Following the roll-out of a single brand for the group, Vallourec has announced that it is unifying its digital presence with a single site to promote all of the group's products, applications, projects and commitments.

According to a statement from the company, Vallourec has overhauled the website to become its main showcase. The group's subsidiaries are being merged into the single site.

Vallourec says website can now be viewed easily on all devices - computers, tablets and mobile phones.

Visitors can now follow and engage with Vallourec on several digital media:

Web : www.vallourec.com

Twitter : www.twitter.com/VallourecGroup

Facebook : www.facebook.com/Vallourec

Linkedin : www.linkedin.com/company/vallourec

Youtube : www.youtube.com/user/VallourecGroup

Google + : https://plus.google.com/+vallourec/

Vallourec is a world producer employing more than 24,000 people in 20 countries serving the energy markets, as well as other industrial applications.

Subsidiary, Vallourec Star operates a pipe making operation in Youngstown.  The facility boasts the latest technology in electric arc furnace steel making and pipe production.
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