Aug. 5, 2015

All Metals Expands Spartanburg Facility
 
All Metals has completed upgrades at its Spartanburg, S.C., processing facility, including the construction of a new 225,000-square-foot climate-controlled storage bay. The expansion also includes an on-site rail expansion, allowing the company to receive 24 rail cars per day.

All Metals’ new storage bay allows the company to continue growth in the storage and processing of exposed automotive steels, and aluminum and high-strength steels. With the rail and storage expansion, All Metals Spartanburg will now be open for shipping and receiving 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

“This is Phase 1 of the upgrade program that is currently under way at both our facilities in Spartanburg and Cartersville, Ga.,” says Jason Sippey, CEO of All Metals. “With this investment, we are now the most efficient trans-loading, storage and processing facility in the Southeast,” he claims, “and we are very excited about the growth prospects this expansion brings.”

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