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The price of Steel Coil is about USD 500-1800 / Ton.
We not only stock numerous grades of stainless steel coil and strip at our processing facilities nationwide, but we also offer high-quality processing of your strip and coil so that your stainless steel arrives at your production facility in a timely and ready-to-use manner.
We stock 300 series annealed and tempered stainless steel coil and strip, focusing on light gauge stainless steel.
Additionally, we carry the heat-treatable grades of Type 410 and 420 High Carbon, in the annealed condition.
We also specialize in the more exotic grades of stainless steel for your specialized needs. Contact us today to find out more and to discuss your product and production needs!
We handle all of the basic grades of stainless such as 201, 301, 302, 304, 304-L, 316, 316-L, 430, 434, 436, 410, and specialize in 420 stainless steel.
Most grades can be purchased in annealed or tempered conditions.
If your company uses stainless, please give us the opportunity to quote. We can be very competitive, especially in the 500# to 4000# range. Smaller quantities are welcome.
Metal Associates, Inc. is a distributor of ferrous and nonferrous metals servicing the electrical, electronic, and microwave industries.
We specialize in hard-to-find alloys such as copper, brass, bronze, aluminum, steel, and stainless-steel alloys.
Our product line includes wire, cadmium-plated copper lock wire, anodized blue aluminum lock wire, strip, sheet, plate, rod, bars, and tube; specializing in aluminum, copper, and bronze electronic waveguide tubing.
We are ISO 9001-2015 certified with a highly trained staff with over 100 years of combined knowledge and experience. Metal Associates is committed to providing our customers with outstanding metal products for their projects; from copper foil and brass bars to brass rods and bronze sheets. These dependable items are long-lasting and our company works with you every step of the way to those “hard to find” alloys such as alloy 20, copper-nickel, nickel silver, and beryllium copper.
The metalmen are custom response suppliers. We can combine any metalworking process – rolling, slitting, tempering, shearing, heat-treating – to meet your specification.
Whatever the solution, the metalmen are seasoned, hands-on metal supply specialists. We provide metals and alloys on-demand, expert market knowledge, and with over 100 years of cumulative experience, we are your Go-To Guys.
We are market specialists, stocking and processing a broad selection of alloys in foils, rods, bars, strips, coils, sheets, and plates. Amongst other non-standard stock, our unique inventory is aluminum 1100 bar up to 4″ dia and plate to 2″ thick. Our saws and shears can cut any of our metals to the exact size and quantity that you require.
Bergsen was founded in 1974 by Bob Bergquist (formerly of A.M. Castle) and Lou Spitsen (formerly of Pacific Tube). They began a distribution center of cold-finished carbon products. Together, they creatively called it Bergsen, and originally started as a full bundle distributor located in Downey, California.
In 1986, to adapt to a changing market, Bergsen, began to break bundles to better serve their customer. In 1987, Bergsen was acquired by Kiveton Park “Holdings” LTD, with this new acquisition, Bergsen expanded its service capabilities to include “saw cutting”, as well as additional product lines.
In addition to an ever-changing market, in 2005, we again expanded our services to include next-day (local) deliveries – meeting the needs of many of our local customers. Since its relocation in 2006, Bergsen (again) expanded its product line and services to meet the requirements of both the aerospace and commercial industries.