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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

Fulton County Processing Expanding Pickling Capacity 

Fulton County Processing (FCP), a joint venture with Heidtman Steel, is expanding its pickling capacity at its facility in Delta, Ohio. The $20 million project will add a new 4 tank Butech Bliss/Nelson push/pull pickling line and is scheduled for completion in fourth quarter 2014. The steel processing expansion will add 82,000 square feet and include additional storage and rail car capacity.

“This line will have all the bells and whistles that can be put on the line in today’s market for a 100% toll processing service center,” said John Grossheim, National Processing Manager, Heidtman Steel/Fulton County Processing. “This pickle line at FCP has been in the works for three plus years and now this dream is coming to life.”

Fulton County Processing is located adjacent to Northstar Bluescope Steel in northwestern Ohio. The 240,000 square foot facility currently has three slitting lines and one pickling line with an annual capacity of 120,000 tons. The new line will increase pickling capacity to almost 500,000 tons and increase annual plant production capacity to over 1 million tons.

“This new line will not only increase the production capabilities of the plant,” said Jeff Kunkel, General Manager at FCP, “but it will allow us to capture a significant amount of business that has been leaving the area. “

Fulton County Processing products are used for tubers, rackers, and guard rails as well as in some automotive and construction applications. The company primarily services businesses in the Midwest.