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Company Overview of Macsteel Service Centers USA Midwest Division
Macsteel Service Centers USA Midwest Division engages in processing and distributing hot rolled and structural steel products in the Midwest. It offers structural steel beams, shapes, plates, sheets, tubing, and pipe products. The company’s products also include angles, channels, hot rolled coils, black pickled and oiled products, and floor plates. It serves steel fabricators, rail car and truck manufacturers, and OEMs. Macsteel Service Centers USA Midwest Division was formerly known as Alpha Steel Corporation and Alpha Processing. The company was founded in 1991 and is based in Hammond, Indiana.
141 East 141st Street
Hammond, IN 46327-1204
Founded in 1991
Key Executives for Macsteel Service Centers USA Midwest Division
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