Flat Roll Group

Our sheet steel products are produced at our electric arc furnace (EAF) minimills that together comprise our Flat Roll Group. One of our Flat Roll Divisions is located in Butler, Indiana; the other one is located in Columbus, Mississippi. Both of these Divisions manufacture flat rolled steel sheet. Additionally, both locations have state-of-the-art galvanizing facilities. Our Flat Roll Division-Butler is the only minimill location in North America capable of providing hot roll, cold roll, coated and painted products from a single facility. Part of the Flat Roll Division- Butler includes our galvanizing and painting facilities in Jeffersonville, Indiana.
We produce carbon steel sheet in widths from 36 to 76 inches and in thicknesses ranging from 5/8-inch down to very thin gauge. We specialize in thin-gauge, high-strength alloy steels, hot rolled steel sheet as thin as 0.045 inches. Our capabilities range from formable low-carbon grades to ultra-high-strength steels. Our Flat Roll Group is ISO 9001 and ANSI/ISO/ASQ Q9001 certified.
Our Flat Roll Group - Columbus Division was acquired on September 16, 2014. One of the newest electric arc furnace minimills in the United States, the facility produces hot roll, cold roll and coated steel sheet.
The combined capacity of our Flat Roll Group is approximately 6.4 million tons annually. Given the extremely high content of recycled steel used in our steelmaking process, our steel is particularly well-suited to applications where conformance to LEED and Green Building guidelines is required.
The majority of our flat rolled steel sheet products are sold to steel processors and service centers, that typically act as intermediaries between primary steel producers and the many end-user manufacturers that use our steel sheet products to create a wide variety of finished products. 

Flat rolled steel products represent the largest portion of the domestic steel market. Our steel sheet products are used in the manufacturing of automobiles, appliances, construction products, consumer electronics, agricultural products such as culverts and grain bins, office furniture and pipe and tubing for the oil and natural gas wells. The following chart shows the U.S. shipments of these products, as reported by the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI). 

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