General Steel Corporationis an independently owned and operated Steel Service Center, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, specializing in flame and plasma cutting of steel plate.
General Steel Corporation was formed in 1991 to acquire and operate the assets of a steel plate burning company that began in 1958. The Company has a veteran, highly skilled, knowledgeable and technically proficient workforce. Combined years of service and industry experience exceed twenty years for most employees.
General Steel Corporation maintains an extensive inventory of prime carbon and alloy steel plate, all with producing mill traceability. The Company performs complex processing jobs in house, on state-of-the-art high definition plasma and oxy-fuel burning machines, as well as other ancillary services including beveling, heat-treating, forming, shot blasting, grinding and milling. All sales, engineering, production, and purchasing functions are done on site, in Cleveland. This means faster response and reaction time to customers’ needs.
Sales and Engineering
Our sales/engineering team is technically proficient, able to interpret customer CAD files (dwg & dxf) and drawings to produce accurate parts. State-of-the-art nesting programs enable us to better utilize material, resulting in lower product costs. Throughout the entire production process, machine operators and Quality Assurance are checking tolerances for accuracy and correctness.
We also provide: Beveling Forming Heat-treating (annealing · normalizing · stress relieving) Shot blasting Grinding Milling Drilling and tapping
Bridges Construction · Agricultural · Machinery Industrial Machinery Mining Machinery Oil and Gas Tire Molds
General Steel Corporation stocks an extensive inventory of prime carbon, high strength-low alloy and alloy steel plate, in widths up to 10 feet and lengths up to 40 feet, all with full mill traceability. Domestic A36, A572 and A588 plates are certified to ASTM A709 and AASHTO M270 up to 4 inches thick.
Inventory is in Cleveland and available for immediate shipment on our fleet of trucks throughout northeastern Ohio, western Pennsylvania, upstate New York and eastern Michigan.
The Company maintains floor stock within the thickness ranges shown in the stocking chart below.
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Skilled tradesmen experienced and able to operate the following equipment:
· CNC Burners – Burny III or higher
· Machinists Horizontal Boring Planing VTL
· Crane Operator – Overhead cab and floor operated gantry
· CDL Drivers – Tractor trailer and straight truck local steel hauling
· Maintenance Crane and general machinery repair Electrical and mechanical
· Laborer – Forklift
· Draftsmen and CAD operators familiar with Auto CAD
· Estimators able to take off mechanical drawings
Contact General Steel
General Steel Corporation
3344 East 80th Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44127
Telephone +1 216 883 4200
Facsimile +1 216 883 4237