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Extensive Inventory. Strategic Locations.

Offering a diverse product inventory from several mills adjacent processing centers. Heidtman Steel offers a full range of products requisite of a world-class service center network.

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Processes

Assured Quality. Impressive Capacity.
Single-Source Efficiencies.

Heidtman’s wide variety of high-quality processing services provides our customers with the single-source efficiencies they demand. Through our extensive service center network, we’re able to control a wide variety of processes in locations throughout the nation’s leading industrial centers, further increasing our cost effectiveness, efficiency, and convenience to our customers.

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Heidtman at-a-Glance

  • Established 1954
  • Incorporated 1962
  • Production facilities: Over 2 million square feet
  • Annual processing/distribution capacity: Over 5 million tons
  • Processing facilities: 10 with affiliates
  • Regional sales offices: 4
  • ISO/TS-16949, ISO-9001 and ISO-14001 Certified

For more information contact: 

Contact: Mike Kruse
Heidtman Steel Products, Inc.
Vice President, Marketing and Sales Administration
Phone: 800-521-9531
Mike.Kruse@heidtman.com

Heidtman Employees Honored at Service Awards Dinner

The Heidtman Steel awards dinner was held June 12, 2013 at the Toledo Club in downtown Toledo. The dinner honored northern region employees with 20 or more years’ tenure. A western region service awards dinner was held earlier in the year.

Individual awards are given for every five-year anniversary, starting with 20 years of service (attained in the previous fiscal year). Twelve people were honored for celebrating 20 years with the company. Three people celebrated 25 years of service, with another 3 people attaining 30 years. One person met the milestone of 40 years of service.

The evening culminated with the tables being turned on CEO John C. Bates, Sr. At the end of the award presentations, he was asked to take a seat while he was honored for his 50th anniversary with the company. He was then presented with the Allan W. Bates Lifetime Achievement Award, an award that he had initiated for longevity and service to the company. John’s award was presented by President Tim Berra and CFO Mark Ridenour.

Traditionally, this award comes with a celebrity style roast and then a presentation highlighting one’s contributions to the company. John was no exception. Not only was John celebrating 50 years with the company, but he is also celebrating his 70th birthday this summer. A video presentation was shown, with a "James Bond" theme that depicted John as "Agent 5070." The video first roasted him, then paid tribute to his accomplishments, vision, and leadership over 50 years with Heidtman Steel and 70 years of life.

In accepting his award, John elaborated on how blessed and humbled he was to be surrounded by the best people in the industry, and that he considered all Heidtman Steel employees as his family. He further told of how much he still enjoys working in the steel industry, to such an extent that he even gets speeding tickets on his way to work in the morning. John ended his comments with an invitation for all employees to join him in 50 years when he celebrates his 100th anniversary with the company.