Castle Metals UK Now Exporting to 52 Countries Around the World

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Castle Metals UK has expanded its metal stock range and processing capabilities as well as announcing they are now exporting to 52 countries.

Castle Metals UK

Exporting to 52 Countries around the World

Shortly after celebrating exports to our 50th country, we surpassed even our own expectations and can proudly announce that we are currently supplying 52 countries with speciality steel, making us truly world-class exporters.

After only very recently announcing that in May of this year Castle Metals UK had exported to its 50th country – Luxembourg, they can now announce that the number has since risen to 52, with Slovenia and Latvia being added to the growing list.

“We are delighted,” says Tracy Piotrowska, export manager, “at the growth in export business so far in 2011. Shortly after celebrating exports to our 50th country, we surpassed even our own expectations and can proudly announce that we are currently supplying 52 countries with speciality steel, making us truly world-class exporters.”

Castle Metals UK plan to use the rest of 2011 to further grow their presence in Eastern Europe and Asia. The company believe that recent success is down to their continued investment in their stock range, and additional processing capabilities. This year they introduced a new range of super duplex and duplex sheet, now stocking 1mm, 1.5mm, 2mm and 3mm S31803, S32750, S32760 and 6 Moly S31254. In support of this huge stock investment came the installation of a large capacity water-jet cutting machine, and a high powered laser cutting machine. The result of these investments are decreased lead times and higher capacity meaning the service to customers around the globe is faster than ever.

Castle Metals UK’s customers are found in sectors such as Oil and Gas, Chemical, Petrochemical, Agrochemical, Pharmaceutical, Fabrication, Aerospace, Power Generation and Nuclear.

Castle Metals UK is the new name being gradually rolled out as the rebranding process at Metals UK continues, following it’s acquisitions by the USA’s A.M. Castle & Co in 2008.

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