TSA Processing Opens New Atlanta Location
By Metal Center News Staff
on May 9, 2018
TSA Processing has opened a new location in Atlanta. The company has begun warehousing coils there while awaiting equipment to be installed.
TSA is adding a Bradbury cut-to-length line with 2 E-Drive levelers to handle material from 0.024 through 0.375 inches by 72 inches wide with enhanced corrective leveling capabilities. The company anticipates it will begin leveling operations by summer.
After the cut-to-length line is installed, the company plans to install a 60-inch sheet polishing line.
The work at the new location is complemented by growth projects at several TSA facilities.
At the company’s facility in Arlington, Texas, TSA is adding a non-directional No. 8 buffing line, which will provide NO. 8 finish on stainless and red metals up to 60-inch wide. TSA will offer standard and non-standard lengths. The buffing line is expected to be operational sometime in June.
In Chicago, the company is completing the installation of two new Imeas wet heads in its coil polishing line for increased quality and productivity, and a new Herr-Voss corrective leveler for the gauge line that has also been installed. The leveler expands the company’s capabilities to 60-inch wide for stainless and 0.165 inch and 60-inch wide on aluminum.
Earlier this year, TSA opened a new location in Richmond, Ind., with a 96-inch-wide buffing line to handle stainless, aluminum and red metals up to 305 inches long.