One might think that steel processing boils down to utilizing strikingly large and powerful machinery to form, mend, treat, and handle steel. But, we at Steel Warehouse like to recognize the finely tuned balance between those machines and the employees who wield them. Whether it's the know-how of experienced engineers and operators or the savvy and driven team that manages our supply chain, our people are our number one asset. We know the importance of continually investing in both in order to provide our customers with quality material produced practically, effectively, and efficiently.
A processing technique used to cut coil sheet into narrower widths.
Steel Warehouse supplies aircraft braking components and backer plates for large commercial aircraft. Quality steel can play a part on specialty aerospace parts when high wear and extreme strength are required.
Mining equipment and Heavy-duty trucks use Abrasion Resistant and High Strength Steels that Steel Warehouse processes on our Temper Pass Cut to length lines, offering custom lengths, tight tolerances, and exceptional surface.
Steel Warehouse’s unique in house testing gives our customers flexibility and scheduling without waiting for testing yield, tensile, elongation, and charpys. We supply heavily in the propane tank market and others.
Steel Warehouse is the key supplier in all forms of truck trailers and their supply base. We specialize in grade 50, 80, 100 and produce specialized steel for railroad cars, tankers, pellet, auto transport, and gondola cars.
Steel Warehouse’s flexibility and locations across the USA makes us a substantial supplier of slit coil and cut to length sheets for the solar industry. We sell in excess of 100,000 tons into this growing market.
When we discuss pricing, or other items I feel like we are having an equal conversation. I appreciate that they make suggestions for ways that we can save money. If we suggest changing the way they pack things to be more efficient, they are able to accommodate us.
When I have production scheduled for next week for certain sizes of steel, and I’m thinking it’s ready to be picked up or delivered, and I find out it’s not, then obviously our production is in trouble.I don’t run into this issue when working with Steel Warehouse.
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