Timeline

 

1972

  • Pennsylvania Steel & Aluminum Company was founded in Huntingdon Valley by Joe Dombrowski

1973

  • Purchased a 12,500 square foot warehouse (also in Huntingdon Valley) – expended to five delivery trucks

1980 – 1983

  • Completed the transformation into a cold finished bar specialist

1988

  • Name was changed to Pennsylvania Steel Company, Inc

1993

  • Purchased Bensalem facility to facilitate rapid growth

1997

  • Pennsylvania Steel Company acquired Lucas Metals in York, PA

1999

  • Built 45,000 square foot warehouse in York, PA

2000

  • Installed an Acra-Cut precision aluminum plate saw and built an inventory of rolled plate, and cast tool and jig plate

2001

  • Acquired the Ambler, PA operation of Cincinnati Tool Steel

2003

  • Opened a new facility in South Plainfield, NJ to service North Jersey, New York City and Long Island

2005

  • Opened the New England Division as a greenfield expansion in Naugatuck, CT

2007

  • Acquired Bethlehem Aluminum

2011 (September)

  • Acquired Schwartz Steel Service Inc. in Gastonia, NC, a carbon bar specialist providing product to western North Carolina and South Carolina

2011 (December)

  • Bethlehem Aluminum Division moved to a 75,000 square foot permanent home

2012 (February)

  • Acquired service center operation in Powhatan, VA

2012 (September) 

  • Richmond Division moves into a new 45,000 square foot facility

2012 (November)

  • Acquired Metal Connection in Hauppauge, NY

2013 (April)

  • Long Island Division (formally Metal Connections) moves into a 40,000 square foot facility

2013 (February)

  • Acquired a 11,000 square foot facility in Greensboro, NC

2014 (September)

  • North Carolina Division moves into an 85,000 square foot facility

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