Sandmeyer Steel Blog
Today, Sandmeyer kicks off the holiday season with the distribution of Turkey Baskets followed by the annual Holiday Pageant.
During the 2016 Holiday Season, we will be closed from Monday, December 26th, through Sunday, January 1st.
During this time, our production department will be closed with the exception of emergency service, and a limited number of sales representatives will be available to provide quotations, take orders, and confirm shipping requirements.
We will be open for normal business on Monday, January 2nd, 2017.
We thank our loyal customers for their business this year, and wish you a Happy Holiday Season.
Posted on: December 23, 2016
Last week, Sandmeyer Steel Company celebrated employee anniversaries at our annual Recognition Day. Awards were given to employees starting with 2 years of service, all the way through 40 years of service, including CFO Ed Kicak, right, with 25 years of service.
All combined, the 21 honorees collectively represent 255 years of service to the company.Posted on: November 4, 2016
Today, Watts Bar in Tennessee became America’s first new nuclear reactor in the 21st century. Sandmeyer’s nuclear quality program enables it to serve the Nuclear Power, Waste Treatment & Disposal industries in all phases of construction & maintenance.
Our stainless steel grades used in the nuclear industry are 304L/304, 304CO (restricted cobalt), 316L/316, 317L/317, 321H/321, 17-4PH; duplex grades LDX-2101®, 2205, 2304 and 2507; and superaustenitics 904L and SSC-6MO (comparable to AL6XN).
Click here for more information on our work servicing the nuclear supply chain!Posted on: October 20, 2016
At Sandmeyer Steel Company, we work with our customers to help solve their toughest delivery challenges. This case study with a Chemical Processing customer shows how in doing so, we set our customers up for success.
You can also learn more about our work with Chemical Processing here.Posted on: October 6, 2016
At Sandmeyer Steel Company, we are committed to providing an excellent experience for all of our customers. An important element in optimizing customer experience is collecting and responding to feedback on an on-going basis. To do so, we use a survey methodology called “Net Promoter Score” (NPS), which consists of a simple 2-question survey that asks how likely our customers are to recommend us.
We are pleased to find that our score, 68, is considered “world-class” and puts us in great company with others that provide outstanding customer service in countless industries worldwide.
Sandmeyer excels when it comes to projects that require tight timelines.
This is true even for international orders, like the one we did for a customer in Singapore. To aid a critical repair, we processed, packaged, and shipped the order in less than six hours, to reach our customer faster than they thought possible.
You can find more details on this case study here.Posted on: September 8, 2016
Batboy and current Sandmeyer Steel President Ronald P. Sandmeyer Jr. sits in front of his grandfather in the Red Lions softball team photo in 1967.Posted on: August 25, 2016
Did you know the extent of our in-house processing capabilities? The pictures below give you a small sample of the cut pieces we produce for our customers. Click here to read more details on our value-added processing capabilities, including plasma cutting, abrasive waterjet cutting, laser cutting, “Machincut” and more.
Sandmeyer Steel was founded in 1952 by the late Paul C. Sandmeyer. With almost 65 years of producing stainless steel and nickel alloy plate products, we have a wealth of pictures and stories about our business, people and culture over the years. We’ll be sharing some of our history here and on Twitter and Facebook on Thursdays- look for the #TBT or #ThrowbackThursday hashtag!
To start, we’ve shared 2 pictures from the first decade of the company’s history- a specialty flange and fly-cutting machine.
Posted on: July 7, 2016
Pictured here is a stainless steel impeller Sandmeyer Steel produced for use in a paper machine. This special cut shape showcases our extensive processing capabilities. We can quickly deliver virtually any near-net shape or configuration you require. You can learn more about our on-site state-of-the-art processing equipment here.
For more information on the use of Sandmeyer Stainless Steel in the Pulp and Paper Industry, click here.Posted on: June 22, 2016