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Plasma Bevel Requirement

High Definition Plasma Cutting System with Plasma Beveling

Precision High-Definition Cutting Combined with State-of-the-Art Plasma Edge Beveling

Product Name:
Plasma Bevel Requirement

The Purpose of this Job:
The parts ordered for this particular job will be fabricated for a Waste Water project in Long Island, New York.

The Specifics of the Job:
For this job, our customer has requested that we create a beveled edge for weld prep. We supplied the precisely beveled edge plates (shown in image 1) by using our State-of-the-Art Plasma Bevel machine. Our customer has opted to have us create a beveled edge because they intend to roll the material to form the plate with weld preps which we supplied.

At Sandmeyer Steel Company, we have the capability to cut plates to size with precise bevel edges (shown in image 2). This capability is a significant value- added option for our customers because we’re able to provide them with cost-savings due to our downstream in-house processing.

Sandmeyer’s Edge:
Let us tackle your next beveled product, and you’ll get the “edge you need” from Sandmeyer Steel Company, the premier supplier of stainless steel, nickel alloy, and titanium plate and plate products. We offer bandsaw cutting, abrasive waterjet cutting, plasma cutting, Machincut rings and discs up to 124” OD (3150 mm), and laser cut products through 1.25” (31.8 mm) -all under one roof. When matched with our 18 million pounds of stainless steel, nickel alloy, and titanium plate and plate products, Sandmeyer Steel Company provides you with the “edge” for specialty plate and plate products.

Visit our website at www.SandmeyerSteel.com for a complete review of our value-added plate processing, capabilities, as well as the most up-to-date stainless steel, nickel alloy, and titanium stock lists and quality systems.

Posted on: June 6, 2019    

Annual World Trade Center Day Awards Ceremony in Philadelphia, PA

Exciting news – we received the 2019 Member Company of the Year Award from the World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia during the 17th Annual World Trade Center Day Awards Ceremony held on May 15, 2019, at The Water Works. This award recognizes Sandmeyer Steel Company’s significant contributions to economic growth in the Philadelphia region, investing in its people and leading the way with outstanding customer satisfaction.

Each year, The World Trade Center celebrates the global achievement of individuals and companies who contribute to the economic growth and prosperity in the Greater Philadelphia region. “We are blessed to have a dedicated and loyal team in Northeast Philadelphia, many of whom are multi-generational families beyond the Sandmeyer family. Our mantra is, each and every day, we strive to create an extraordinary experience for the customers we have the privilege of serving,” said Ron Sandmeyer, Jr. “I look forward to continuing to grow our export business as well as being a strong economic contributor to the Philadelphia region.”

As we celebrate this significant accomplishment, we would be remiss if we didn’t say thank you to all of our team members here at Sandmeyer Steel Company. All of our organizational achievements are made possible because of each of you. Thank you for your hard work and dedication. We look forward to celebrating many more future successes together.

Posted on: June 6, 2019    

Sandmeyer Steel Company at AchemAsia 2019

World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia, 2019 Member Company of the Year Sandmeyer Steel Company, exhibited in the AchemAsia 2019 show at the National Exhibition And Convention Center in Shanghai, China May 21st through 23rd. The Sandmeyer Steel Company booth was staffed by Sandmeyer Steel Company’s John Curley and Will Lawlor. Also staffing the booth were members of Sandmeyer Steel Company’s Representative Office and Sales Support Center in Guangzhou, China, Carol Lin, Winson Chen, Stanley Yuen and Lori Dong.

Posted on: June 3, 2019    

Sandmeyer Steel Company Named World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia “2019 Member Company of the Year”

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FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT: Nikki L. Williams (215-698-4169)

Sandmeyer Steel Company, a leading global supplier of stainless steel, nickel alloy, and titanium plate and plate products, received the 2019 Member Company of the Year Award from the World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia during the 17th Annual World Trade Center Day Awards ceremony held on May 15, 2019, at The Water Works. This award recognizes Sandmeyer Steel Company’s significant contributions to economic growth in the Philadelphia region, investing in its people and leading the way with outstanding customer satisfaction.

Each year, The World Trade Center celebrates the global achievement of individuals and companies who contribute to the economic growth and prosperity in the Greater Philadelphia region. “We are blessed to have a dedicated and loyal team in Northeast Philadelphia, many of whom are multi-generational families beyond the Sandmeyer family. Our mantra is, each and every day, we strive to create an extraordinary experience for the customers we have the privilege of serving,” said Ronald P. Sandmeyer, Jr., President, & CEO. “I look forward to continuing to grow our export business as well as being a strong economic contributor to the Philadelphia region.”

Sandmeyer Steel Company maintains the largest single-site inventory of stainless steel, nickel alloy, and titanium plate in North America. As a one-stop source, the Company stocks over 18 million pounds (9,000 tons) in 38 different grades.

About Sandmeyer Steel Company
Sandmeyer Steel Company was founded in 1952, by the late Paul C. Sandmeyer. Family owned and managed, the Company is recognized as a leading producer of stainless steel, nickel alloy, and titanium plate and plate products used in capital equipment for the chemical and other process industries. Sandmeyer Steel Company services customers throughout the world. To learn more please visit: www.SandmeyerSteel.com and connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.

Posted on: June 3, 2019