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Majestic Steel's Arkansas Facility Now Operational

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Majestic Steel USA has completed construction of its new Arkansas service center and mass distribution facility. With four state-of-the-art processing lines fully operational and the facility strategically situated in the largest steel-producing region in the United States and on the Nucor Hickman campus, this milestone represents the beginning of a transformative journey in the steel industry, the company claimed.

Majestic Steel Arkansas comes fully equipped with the latest innovation and automation technology. Leveraging the precision engineering by two of the most trusted names in flat-rolled steel processing, Red Bud and Braner, the facility has dedicated slitting, cut-to-length, multi-blanking and spin-down lines. These capabilities enable a comprehensive range of steel processing services to meet the evolving needs of its customers.

"We're creating the most efficient, cost-effective and eco-friendly steel service center and supply chain in the heart of steel production excellence. Our strategic footprint optimizes service levels and minimizes costs. As we activate our state-of-the-art processing lines, we're dedicated to shaping a more sustainable steel industry," said President and CEO Todd Leebow.

With a master coil storage capacity of 125,000 square feet and a finished goods storage capacity of 122,000 square feet within a specialized climate-controlled coil storage system, Majestic Steel Arkansas will have inventory on hand to meet immediate needs, adding reliability, stability and efficiency to its customers supply chain, the company said.

Majestic Steel Arkansas is a flagship, 513,633 square-foot service center and mass distribution facility's location will allow Majestic Steel to optimize service levels and minimize costs through the most efficient supply chains available in the market.

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