U.S. sheets metal company unveils new products at trade show

U.N. officials have expressed concern over the growing use of plastic as a counterweight in the plastic industry, and a new company is unveiling new products in the area.

United Sheet Metal and Metal, which operates as a joint venture between the American Sheet Metal Association and the American Steel Association, announced the unveiling of the United Sheet Metal Countertop in a press release Wednesday.

It will be the first of its kind in the United States.

United has been making sheet metal countertops since the 1980s, but its newest product is a new design.

The new product uses a new, lightweight aluminum alloy that has been used for some time in the U.K., where it has been approved as a metal-free alternative to standard polyethylene and polypropylene.

The new product, made with lightweight, recycled materials, is a lightweight countertop that weighs just 1.3 pounds, according to the company.

It’s made of a high-strength steel and a plastic composite that is lightweight, high-density and corrosion-resistant.

The company also announced a new product that uses a plastic compound that has a greater resistance to rusting than traditional polypropene.