Canam Steel Wins Presitgious Maryland International Business Leadership Award

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World Trade Center Institute honors companies on May 2, 2013.

Canam Steel Corporation was presented with the prestigous Maryland International Business Leadership Award by Governor Martin O’Malley on May 2, 2013. The award recognizes excellence in all areas of the state’s economy such as manufacturing, agriculture, hi-tech, environment and service, and was organized by the World Trade Center Institute (WTCI). The WTCI is a non-profit organization founded in 1989 by Maryland Governor William Donald Schaefer and a founding Board of Directors comprised of leading business people in the region, formed to act as an international business educational organization.

Canam Steel Corporation is a manufacturing company specializing in the design and fabrication of construction products and solutions for over 50 years, including steel joists, structural steel and bridgework and is headquartered in Point of Rocks, Maryland. Canam has been recognized as a leader in the complex and highly technical structural steel construction sector, notably for their execution of large-scale structures. The Point of Rocks plant was acquired by Canam in 1986 and with 250,400 square feet and a capacity of 60,000 tons, employing 288 people. A few of the large-scale structures produced at this location include the Air and Space Museum, Citi Field, Met Life Stadium, Marriott Marquis, Red Bull Arena, and the design and fabrication of the Yankee Stadium.

Canam is very proud to receive this prestigious award made possible by the dedication and support of each one of our employees.

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