Olympic Steel opens Georgia plant
Olympic Steel opens Georgia plant
Olympic Steel Inc., Highland Hills, Ohio, has opened its newest 120,000-square-foot metal processing facility in Buford, Georgia. The Buford facility will act as the primary flat-rolled fabrication hub for Olympic customers in the region.
Processing joint venture consolidates
Worthington Specialty Processing, Columbus, Ohio, a joint venture between Worthington Industries Inc. and U.S. Steel Corp., plans to consolidate its operations. Under the consolidation plan, WSP will close its Canton, Michigan, facility. Two remaining Michigan facilities, in Jackson and Taylor, will continue to operate. WSP processes wide-sheet steel primarily for the automotive industry.
Alliance Steel puts down new roots
Alliance Steel relocated its headquarters to Gary, Indiana, from Bedford Park, Illinois. The new facility occupies 290,000 square feet of warehousing and processing space. Equipment includes a Red Bud Industries 72-inch-wide by 1/2-inch-thick slitter, a Braner 72-inch-wide by 1/4-inch-thick slitter; a Red Bud stretcher-leveler, a Red Bud multi-blanking line with Herr-Voss leveler, fiber laser cutting capabilities, shearing, metallurgical testing, cold reduction and toll processing.
O’Neal Steel crew
O’Neal Steel opens new warehouse
Processor and distributor O’Neal Steel, Birmingham, Alabama, has expanded its footprint with the opening of a new warehouse in St. Joseph, Missouri. The facility, which launched operations June 1, comprises 64,000 square feet of warehouse space. The new facility will initially employ up to eight employees and will run two shifts, five days a week.

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