Kloeckner Metals Opens Newly Expanded Facility

10.18.2017

OCTOBER 17 2017

Kloeckner Metals Corporation, one of the largest producer-independent distributors of steel and metal products in the U.S. (and an AISC member), opened the doors to its newly expanded Greenville, S.C., plant yesterday. The addition encompasses a 50,000-sq.-ft bay with 43-ton cranes and a new, highly automated slitting line for processing advanced high-strength steels and aluminum.

Kloeckner Metals is investing over $11 million in the expansion, which will create 19 jobs. Hiring for these positions will begin in early 2018, and those interested should visit the company’s career page.

The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project. A $100,000 Set Aside grant was also awarded to Greenville County to assist with the costs of site preparation

Kloeckner Metals hosted an open house and tour of the new facility yesterday. Kurt Dallas, chairman of the South Carolina Manufacturing Alliance (SCMA), attended the event. See a video from the opening on the company’s Facebook page, here.

 

Steven Nghe
Steven Nghe is currently the Head of Marketing & Communications at Kloeckner Metals. Nghe is a marketing professional with more than 14 years of experience in various environments and industries. His goal is to tell you about the sexy side of steel. Nghe holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management with a concentration in Marketing from North Carolina State University. Prior to Kloeckner, Nghe worked for Delta Dental, Wells Real Estate Funds, Georgia Institute of Technology and Doosan.
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