Steel Technologies Blanking addition to expanded Berkeley, SC operations

Steel Technologies Blanking addition to expanded Berkeley, SC operations

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (January 12, 2015) – Steel Technologies LLC (Steel Technologies) today announced the addition of a new blanking line to its expanded Berkeley, SC facility.

“We are dedicated to bringing more value to our customers and this expansion will allow our team to better serve our growing customer base in the growing southeast region,” said Bradley A. Goranson, Executive Vice President of Steel Technologies. “The additional equipment will double our production capacity and bring the facility to 255,000 square feet.

Steel Technologies, headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, is one of the leading steel processors in North America and leverages its broad geographic network of operations to deliver value-added products and services to customers. Steel Technologies processes flat-rolled steel to specific thickness, width, temper, finish and shape requirements for the automotive, appliance, lawn and garden, agriculture, construction, office furniture, hardware and consumer goods industries. Steel Technologies is owned as a 50-50 joint venture between Nucor Corporation, North America’s leading manufacturer of steel products, and Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsui & Co., Ltd., a diversified global investment and service enterprise based in Tokyo, Japan. More information about Steel Technologies can be found at www.steeltechnologies.com.

Steel Technologies to expand Woodstock, Ontario operations

Steel Technologies to expand Woodstock, Ontario operations

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (January 12, 2015) – Steel Technologies LLC (Steel Technologies) today announced that it is expanding its Woodstock, Ontario Canada operation. As part of the expansion, the Company will add additional slitting equipment.

“We are dedicated to bringing more value to our customers and this expansion will allow our team to better serve our growing customer base in the Canadian market,” said Richard P. Furber, Executive Vice President of Operations of Steel Technologies. “The additional capacity complements our operation in Cambridge, Ontario.

Steel Technologies, headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, is one of the leading steel processors in North America and leverages its broad geographic network of operations to deliver value-added products and services to customers. Steel Technologies processes flat-rolled steel to specific thickness, width, temper, finish and shape requirements for the automotive, appliance, lawn and garden, agriculture, construction, office furniture, hardware and consumer goods industries. Steel Technologies is owned as a 50-50 joint venture between Nucor Corporation, North America’s leading manufacturer of steel products, and Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsui & Co., Ltd., a diversified global investment and service enterprise based in Tokyo, Japan. More information about Steel Technologies can be found at www.steeltechnologies.com.

Steel Technologies expanding Ontario plant

Steel Technologies expanding Ontario plant

NEW YORK — Steel Technologies LLC is expanding its Woodstock, Ontario, plant to meet demand for lightweight materials like aluminum and advanced high-strength steel.

The Louisville, Ky.-based flat-rolled steel processor will receive a grant of more than Canadian $855,000 ($639,000) from the Southwestern Ontario Development Fund to install new equipment and add 64,000 square feet to its existing 80,000squarefoot facility.

The grant will only be disbursed if Steel Technologies meets job and investment targets, a spokesman from Ontario’s Ministry of Economic Development told AMM in an email. Construction on the expansion project has already begun, the spokesman said.

Steel Technologies will invest about C$8.5 million ($6.4 million) in the expansion, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2018.

The company intends to double the plant’s current production.

“The 64,000-square-foot expansion at the Woodstock facility will give us the footprint we require to install new equipment, allowing Steel Technologies to process advanced lightweight materials to meet growing demand,” Mark Gemin, vice president of STC Steel Technologies Canada Ltd., said in a statement.

Steel Technologies did not immediately return requests for further comment.

The expansion will bring with it 15 new jobs on top of the 75 current employees at the Woodstock facility.

Steel Technologies processes flat-rolled steel and other materials for the automotive, appliance, lawn and garden, agriculture, construction, office furniture, hardware and consumer goods industries.

The Woodstock facility offers precision slitting services, and distributes high-carbon and alloyed flat-rolled products.

Steel Technologies building second Tenn. plant

Steel Technologies building second Tenn. plant

NEW YORK — Steel Technologies LLC is building an $18-million flat-rolled steel and aluminum processing plant for automotive applications in Tennessee, its
second in the state.

Construction on the 83,000-square-foot facility in Smyrna, Tenn., will begin in the middle of the summer and be completed by the first quarter of 2017, according to the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (ECD).

The plant will house a slitting line and a 1,000-ton blanking press operated by 50 new employees.

“This new greenfield operation expands our exposed and unexposed automotive slitting and blanking capabilities,” Steel Technologies vice president for operations
Randall Patterson said in a statement. The Smyrna facility will “handle both steel and aluminum as we continue to deliver greater value and services to our strategic customers in the area.”

The Louisville, Ky.-based steel processor already operates a facility in the same county, in Murfreesboro, with 87 employees.

“We appreciate Steel Technologies for choosing to expand its Rutherford County footprint and create new jobs for Tennessee,” ECD commissioner Randy Boyd said in
the statement.

The company could not be reached for further comment, and the ECD did not respond to a request for comment.

Steel Technologies—a processor of flat-rolled steel and other materials for the automotive, appliance, agriculture and construction industries—is also expanding its Woodstock, Ontario, plant to process lightweight materials like aluminum and advanced high-strength steel (amm.com, March 15).

Steel Technologies to expand operations in Celaya, Mexico

Steel Technologies to expand operations in Celaya, Mexico

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (June 28, 2016) – Steel Technologies LLC (Steel Technologies) today announced a new 112,000 square foot expansion to their Celaya, Mexico facility. Construction will begin immediately and is expected to be complete in late 2016. The $4.3 million project will expand the facility to 237,000 square feet and support automotive growth in the region.

“We are dedicated to bringing more value to our growing customer base in Central Mexico. This expansion gives us needed space for growth and additional value-add processing equipment planned for the near future,” said Carlos von Rossum F., Director General Steel Technologies Mexico. “The expansion supports our growth strategy and further complements our strong network of steel processing facilities within the country,” stated Michael J. Carroll, President and CEO of Steel Technologies.

Steel Technologies, headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, is one of the leading steel processors in North America and leverages its broad geographic network of operations to deliver value-added products and services to customers. Steel Technologies processes flat-rolled steel to specific thickness, width, temper, finish and shape requirements for the automotive, appliance, lawn and garden, agriculture, construction, office furniture, hardware and consumer goods industries. Steel Technologies is owned as a 50-50 joint venture between Nucor Corporation, North America’s leading manufacturer of steel products, and Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsui & Co., Ltd., a diversified global investment and service enterprise based in Tokyo, Japan. More information about Steel Technologies can be found at www.steeltechnologies.com.

Steel Technologies to expand operations in Crawfordsville, Indiana

Steel Technologies to expand operations in Crawfordsville, Indiana

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (June 28, 2016) – Steel Technologies LLC (Steel Technologies) today announced an 84,100 square foot expansion to their Crawfordsville, IN facility. Construction will begin immediately and is expected to be fully operational early 2017. The $10.1 million expansion will include new exposed slitting and inspection capabilities and will offer customers supply chain and logistical advantages.

“We are dedicated to bringing more value and exceptional quality to our customers. The added capabilities and increased capacity allows our team greater flexibility to support our growing customer base,” said Michael J. Carroll, President and CEO of Steel Technologies.

Steel Technologies, headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, is one of the leading steel processors in North America and leverages its broad geographic network of operations to deliver value-added products and services to customers. Steel Technologies processes flat-rolled steel to specific thickness, width, temper, finish and shape requirements for the automotive, appliance, lawn and garden, agriculture, construction, office furniture, hardware and consumer goods industries. Steel Technologies is owned as a 50-50 joint venture between Nucor Corporation, North America’s leading manufacturer of steel products, and Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsui & Co., Ltd., a diversified global investment and service enterprise based in Tokyo, Japan. More information about Steel Technologies can be found at www.steeltechnologies.com.