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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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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 STEEL MARKS 50 YEARS

Toledo Blade article published Thursday, September 23, 2004

A roaring party half a century in the making was Saturday in the Toledo Zoo's Nairobi Pavilion. It was the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Heidtman Steel Products, Inc., which bills itself as the nation's largest privately held flat-rolled steel service network, founded and headquartered in Toledo.

Bill Heidtman's late father, Fred, started the small operation in 1954 on Laskey Road; Bill joined shortly thereafter. John Bates, who came on board in 1963, is now owner, president, and CEO of the company from which Bill Heidtman retired in 1983.

Bill Heidtman and John Bates at the anniversary celebration. ( THE BLADE/LISA DUTTON )

More than 700 guests partied at the "Wild About Fifty"-themed affair with a clambake dinner that also included lobster, mussels, and swordfish. There were no long speeches - just lots of fun and reminiscing.

Among the revelers were Mr. Bates' wife, Sarah, Mr. Heidtman's wife, Gloria, and Mr. Bates' father, Chuck, who joined the company after retiring from another steel company. Also, Mark and Karen Ridenour, Ron Langenderfer, Mike and Lyn Kruse, Chuck and Joni Arredia, Bob and Donna Mens, Dave and Dottie Pienta, and Tim and Lisa Berra.