July 5, 2017

New Specialty Metals Distributor Opens in Houston

Premium Alloys has opened as a new stainless steel and nickel bar distribution service center in Houston. The company offers 410, 416, 316, 17-4, Nitronic 50 and 60, 2205 and 2507 Duplex, Alloy 20, Monel 400 and K500 and Inconel 718, among other exotic grades.

The operation will target the aerospace, rotating equipment, oil and gas, power generation, chemical processing and food processing industries, among others, says President James Coursey. He had been a sales executive for National Specialty Alloys and Ram Alloys before launching the start-up at the beginning of June.

“There’s always a market for response-time competitiveness for service centers,” Coursey says. “We want to be the company people call when they need emergency orders. And as we grow, we also want to be there for the big contract orders for big OEMS.”

Premium Alloys is operating out of a 5,000-square foot facility in Houston, with plans to build a 20,000- to 30,000-square-foot operation by the start of 2018. It offers some value-added processing, including “heat-treat, cut-to-length and light machining, but no precision machining at this point in time,” he says.


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