Texas Iron and Metal to Purchase Surplus Steel and Excess Pipe From Suppliers

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Houston Company Seeks Surplus Steel From Suppliers For Warehouse

Texas Iron and Metal has purchased large and small quantities of material from specification changes, product rejections, overstocks, moving sales, bankruptcies, canceled projects, and business and location closures throughout North America.

In 1939, when the Second World War began, Texas Iron and Metal opened its doors for the first time, eventually fueling the war efforts of the United States with a vast array of metal products. Recently, on the cusp of celebrating its 75th anniversary, the Houston-based company is expanding its purchasing of surplus steel and excess piping from companies or individuals who have an unused supply.

Texas Iron and Metal has purchased large and small quantities of material from specification changes, product rejections, overstocks, moving sales, bankruptcies, canceled projects, and business and location closures throughout North America. Products include steel coils, pipes, bars, tubes, stainless steel plates, fittings, and flanges.

To sell surplus material to Texas Iron and Metal, clients can visit the Surplus page at the company website. There is a form to fill out and send to the company, which includes the ability to add a file attachment that contains a list of the items up for sale. Clients can also exercise the option to fax a list of the material to 713-672-0653, or have a representative call them to discuss the material. In lieu of the contact form, clients can call the company at 1-866-783-9266.

By relieving suppliers of their excess inventory, Texas Iron and Metal ensures that they are reducing the high costs associated with storage and maintenance, increasing the amount of storage space, and giving suppliers more revenue. Texas Iron and Metal sells their surplus material from their Houston headquarters, as well as from their warehouse in New Orleans. Customers can take the opportunity of getting metal and steel at greatly reduced prices. Texas Iron and Metal encourages customers to mention that they saw the company's online special pricing to receive a discount.

About Texas Iron and Metal:
Founded in 1939—the year when World War II broke out—Texas Iron and Metal primarily serves the Houston metropolitan area, supplying customers with prime and Less-Than-Prime metal products of different shapes and sizes. Types of material used include alloy and stainless steel, aluminum, and carbon. A member of the Better Business Bureau since 2009, Texas Iron and Metal recently received an A+ rating from the organization. The company is headquartered at 865 Lockwood Drive, Houston, Texas 77020. For more information about Texas Iron and Metal, call 1-866-783-9266, or email sales(at)texasironandmetal(dot)com.

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