Trimas (TRS) falls 0.56% for January 14

Equities Staff  |

Trimas Corporation (NASDAQ: TRS) shares fell 0.56%, or $0.2 per share, to close Friday at $35.37. After opening the day at $35.27, shares of Trimas fluctuated between $35.54 and $34.95. 47,832 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 97,672. Friday's activity brought Trimas’s market cap to $1,515,850,215.

Trimas is headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan..

About Trimas Corporation

TriMas is a global manufacturer and provider of products for customers primarily in the consumer products, aerospace and industrial markets, with approximately 3,500 dedicated employees in 11 countries. We provide customers with a wide range of innovative and quality product solutions through our market-leading businesses. Our TriMas family of businesses has strong brand names in the end markets served, and operates under a common set of values and strategic priorities under the TriMas Business Model. TriMas is publicly traded on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol "TRS," and is headquartered inBloomfield Hills, Michigan.

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