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MadeInAmerica.com tours and interviews Metro Steel USA (Video)

MadeInAmerica.com filmed this week in the Metro Steel USA facility that houses the state of the art equipment for heavy fabrication, structural steel, and OEM. Below is footage from the interview with Adam Nesmith, VP of Metro Steel USA.

Made In America 2019 will be hosted by MadeInAmerica.com in Indianapolis October 3rd – 6th, 2019 and will be the largest collection of American Made machines and products ever in one place.

Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)

An original equipment manufacturer (OEM) produces parts and equipment that is branded by another manufacturer.

Metro Steel USA specializes in value-added services and is an OEM for many manufacturers in Florida.

Heavy Metals Fabrication Shop

Fabrication shops and machine shops have overlapping capabilities, but fabrication shops generally concentrate on metal preparation and assembly (as described above). However, Metro Steel USA is equipped to handle all aspects of the process, fab and machining.

Full Capacity for Structural Steel

Structural steel is basically the skeleton of a building. Designers use structural steel to increase the appeal of designs using sustainable material that will not jeopardize the integrity of the building.

Designers continually push the boundaries with structural steel. It is essential to have a steel fabricator that has the background and understanding of structural steel.

Metro Steel USA has the full capacity to fabricate beams and columns at most any length for almost all final applications and paint requirements.

A delivery fleet is available to deliver to the project.

Metro Steel USA continues to grow operations

Metro Steel added a team of welders and a robotic welder in 2018 and is continuing to grow into 2019 with metal processing capabilities.

“Heavy fabrication projects and structural steel distribution, along with the original equipment manufacturing expansion, has given us the chance to add more welding talent to our company. We project continued growth as demand is continuing to increase,” said Adam Nesmith, Vice President of Metro Steel USA. “We are centrally located to the coasts of Florida and considering the challenges facing the trucking industry today, having our own fleet of trucks gives us a tremendous advantage.”

Heavy Fabrication, OEM, and Structural Steel Projects

By using the latest technologies, Metro Steel USA builds heavy fabrication projects for partners across Florida. A full-line metal center with processing and large welding teams, including robotic welders. Precision CNC Machining, laser, plasma, and structural steel processing.

Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing

Important fabricated metal processes are bending, forming, laser, plasma, and machining, used to shape individual pieces of metal; and other processes, such as welding and assembling, used to join separate parts together.

Industries in the Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing subsector transform metal into intermediate or end products. Metro Steel USA provides partners with heavy fabrication and distribution, including OEM and large structural steel projects.

Structural Steel Highlighted Project

Metro Steel USA builds out large structural steel projects and has a fleet of trucks to deliver the steel structures.

Heavy Fabrication, OEM, and Structural Steel Projects

By using the latest technologies, Metro Steel USA builds heavy fabrication projects for partners across Florida. A full-line metal center with processing and large welding teams, including robotic welders. Precision CNC Machining, laser, plasma, and structural steel.

 

Metro Steel USA joins MACF (Manufacturers Association of Central Florida)


Metro Steel USA has become a member of the Manufacturers Association of Central Florida. This gives MACF members a partner in Florida for steel and aluminum services; including heavy fabrication, original equipment manufacturing, and steel distribution with a fleet of trucks.

Steel deliveries from Central Florida to Orlando, Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, and across the southeast U.S.