Association of Steel Distributors Announce New President
Posted December 18, 2013
The Association of Steel Distributors (ASD) recently announced that Brian D. Robbins, CEO of MidWest Materials, Inc. in Perry, Ohio has been elected to the position of 2014 President by the association. Robbins will provide strategic direction for the association and is committed to taking on the ASD leadership role. Robbins has been an active member of the ASD Board of Directors since 2004. ASD members include service centers, distributors, steel mills, transportation companies and service related companies who are all viable partners to the steel distribution marketplace.
United States Congressman David Joyce Visits MidWest Materials
Posted July 30, 2013
United States Congressman David Joyce (OH-14) toured Lake County's MidWest Materials and spoke with the Steel Service Center's management about jobs, the state of the steel industry and manufacturing.
American Metal Market 2013 Steel Service Center of The Year Finalist
Posted May 08, 2013
American Metal Market (AMM) has named MidWest Materials a finalist in the Steel Service Center of the Year category of its fourth annual Awards for Steel Excellence program.
Commenting on the selection, Mary Connors, Global Sales Director of AMM, and sister publications Metal Bulletin and Steel First noted that this year’s award program drew a record number of nominations. “It is a great achievement to be named a finalist,” she stated.
MidWest Materials, Inc. CEO in the News
Posted April 18, 2013
"The actions support the U.S. steel industry, (the) U.S. jobs market and U.S. national security. Our great steel mills have the capacity to make the steel and our work force has the skill to produce the product," Brian Robbins, chief executive officer of Perry, Ohio-based MidWest Materials Inc. and executive vice president of the National Association of Steel Distributors, said. "This is a step in the right direction to support the domestic steel industry and American manufacturing."
MidWest Materials invests in a Leveltek Stretch Leveling System
Posted January 01, 2013
“Being able to provide non-marked, memory-free sheet steel from 0.054 inches to 5⁄8 inches thick and up to 100 incheswide in mild through ultra-high-strength complements our other corrective levelers, slitters and shears,” Robbins continues. “Our state-of-the-art equipment along with our seasoned and experienced workforce are able to provide the service, quality and value American manufacturers need to remain competitive nationally and globally.”
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