Greer Steel to upgrade slitting operations
Dec 13, 2007 | 10:22 AM
| Frank Haflich
Cold-rolled strip processor Greer Steel, which recently boosted its coil handling capability, is also upgrading its slitting operation.
The Dover, Ohio, subsidiary of privately held Greer Industries Inc., which also has a service center in Ferndale, Mich., has installed a 40-ton, top-running crane to service its pickling and primary slitting departments, and is looking to install a new slitting line in the first quarter of next year. It didn't disclose the size of the investments.
Family owned Greer Steel, which was founded in 1917, claims to be the only domestic producer of appliance-quality sheet, producing strip from hot coil in thicknesses from slightly less than ¼-inch to 0.0010-inch with a gauge tolerance of 0.00025-inch.....
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