Feb. 1, 2017
 
Ryerson Acquires Laser Fabricator

Ryerson Holding Corp., Chicago, has acquired Laserflex Corp., a privately owned metal fabricator with locations in Columbus, Ohio, and Wellford, S.C. Laserflex specializes in laser fabrication metal processing and welding and further enhances Ryerson’s existing fabrication and processing capabilities, the company claims. Laserflex employs more than 100 at its two locations and has annual revenue of approximately $25 million.

“Laserflex and Ryerson share a passion for creating great customer experiences in the advanced fabrication of metal parts for a wide variety of original equipment manufacturers. Laserflex is an integral fit to our strategy focused around speed, scale, value-add, culture and analytics,” says Eddie Lehner, Ryerson’s president and CEO.

“Our Laserflex team is excited to join Ryerson, and we look forward to growing and expanding our laser processing and other precision metal fabrication services throughout Ryerson’s expansive commercial network,” says Ken Kinkopf, president and CEO of Laserflex.


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