March 15, 2017

Ryerson Opens Fourth Mexican Service Center

Ryerson has opened its newest distribution facility in Querétaro, Mexico. The facility, which is the company’s fourth location in Mexico, will serve local customers across a variety of industries, including aerospace and industrial manufacturing.

“We’ve tracked significant economic growth in Mexico’s Querétaro region and, in turn, demand for metal and value-added services in this area has also increased,” says Oscar Rivera, Ryerson’s vice president and general manager, Mexico. “By expanding our operations into Querétaro, we’ll be able to offer our customers in this region faster service at a competitive price point.”


February 2017: U.S. Auto Industry Needs NAFTA
More...
 
Pause
February 2017: Have Steel Prices Taken a Turn?
More...
Fall 2016: Cutting & Sawing Equipment
More...
Summer 2016
More...
 
Pause
Advanced Controls on Braner Slitters
More...
AHVS Precision Leveler Features Flip-Top Design
More...
Formtek’s Tishken Slitter Increases Production Volume
More...
Red Bud System Handles High-Strength Steels
More...
Bradbury Launches Flat Trak CL Monitoring System
More...
Artus Knives Custom Designed
More...
 
Pause
Privacy Statement  |  Terms Of Use
Copyright by Metal Center News



Wednesday, March 29, 2017