Discount Steel Opportunities Offered By Grand Rapids Firm

West Walker Steel can take any steel coil in their warehouses and transform it into the customer's needs. This practice may help to cut costs in any size project.

Grand Rapids MI - November 9, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

West Walker Steel and Joe Susnak are pleased to announce that the products which they have available for customers include many different types of steel. The discount steel products come from the extensive products which are in the company warehouses. The company can transform inventory into a steel format which fits the needs of the customer. Rather than spending more money on new products, West Walker can reduce costs by creating a sheet or coil as needed.

The steel broker is recognized as one of the leading wholesalers of secondary, aged, surplus or obsolete steel and metal inventories. The firm is dedicated to recouping value from surplus or excess steel inventory which is deemed obsolete. Obsolescence can occur due to cancelled jobs, over-orders or aged products. The company has a domestic and global presence, as well as experience with inventories of all sizes. They purchase steel in all conditions to create working capital. The types of steel products include outside stored surplus, prime stock and secondary steel good with defects. It doesn't matter where the steel is located or its condition.

A company representative explains, “With so many different steel products you can buy and sell, we know it might be hard to locate the exact type of coil or sheets you may need. West Walker Steel can process almost any inventory we have to make the coil or sheets you desire. So just because we don’t have the exact type of coils or sheets you’re looking, doesn’t mean we can’t process exactly what you’re searching for!”

"Our categories of hot rolled steel" he continued, "include secondary steel with mill prime materials, excess prime, slab rollings, secondary and mill field claims. The steel products in inventory include a wide variety of steel: Cold Rolled, Hot Rolled, Hot Rolled & Pickled, Hot Dipped Galvanized, Galvanealed, Galvalume, Electro Galvanized, and Aluminized. We also understand that each customer's application will vary, so services such as blanking, leveling, shearing, slitting, edging, cold reducing, cut to length and slearing to get your steel just the way you need it."

Contact Info:
Name: Joe Susnak
Organization: West Walker Steel
Address: 5757 Clay Ave SW Grand Rapids MI, 49548
Phone: (616) 538-4305

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