We were super excited to be featured in an article from Metalforming Magazine. Read the quote and follow the link below to read the entire article.
“Try to send a coil through those processes in separate operations and it might take two or three days, or longer,” says the firm’s blanking manager, Larry Marko. The 547,000-sq.-ft. facility features a hydrochloric-acid pickling line (with electrostatic-oiling) equipped to flatten and in-line tension-level the steel, and with real-time defect, gauging and width monitoring. The plant also houses three slitting lines and two blanking lines.
Last year Voss Clark processed nearly 1.5 million tons of steel—“a very good year,” Marko adds. “Having all of those processes under one roof reduces transportation costs for our customers and eliminates the hauling of engineered scrap.”