Pennsylvania Steel Buys Facility for Aluminum Division

Pennsylvania Steel Co. Inc., a full-line service center headquartered in Bensalem, Pa., has purchased a 71,000-square-foot building in Bethlehem, Pa. The crane-served facility is the new home for the Bethlehem Aluminum Division, which the company acquired in 2007.

The larger facility will enable the Bethlehem Aluminum Division to stock the complete range of carbon, aluminum and stainless products marketed by Pennsylvania Steel. The Bethlehem Aluminum Division provides daily delivery to the metal manufacturing market in the Lehigh Valley and northeastern Pennsylvania.

Additionally, Pennsylvania Steel has added three Amada saws to its processing arsenal. A CM100 CNC cut-off saw and a PC SAW 330 pulse saw were installed in the Bensalem warehouse. A second pulse saw was installed in the York, Pa., warehouse. These saws will enable high-volume, close-tolerance production cutting of bars and tubes, the company says.

Pennsylvania Steel operates six service center facilities in the Middle Atlantic and New England states.

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