The process of buying steel plate may seem as simple as determining your plate needs and picking up the phone to place an order, but steel plate’s supply chain is robust and complex. From production to delivery, here is what you need to know about the steel plate supply chain and consider when you place a plate order.
Leeco® Steel, the largest supplier of steel plate in North America, announces the promotions of Bob Berls to Regional Sales Manager – Canada and Kelan Thompson to Regional Sales Manager – Southeast.
Leeco® Steel, the largest supplier of steel plate in North America, announces the launch of its official ecommerce website, Leeco Pro.
Leeco Steel is proud to support MSCI's Build Now movement in calling for infrastructure investment. Read more about why infrastructure investment is important to us.
Leeco® Steel, the largest supplier of steel plate in North America, was named a finalist in the 2021 Fastmarkets Global Awards for Steel Excellence under the “Service Center – Large” category.
Leeco Steel's President & CEO, Denton Nordhues, shares the current market conditions that Leeco is closely monitoring to gauge their potential impact on steel plate pricing and demand later this year. Read his insights.
Leeco® Steel, the largest supplier of steel plate in North America, was named a finalist of the 2021 S&P Global Platts Global Metals Awards in the “Metals Service Provider of the Year: Physical” category.
Quenched and tempered (Q&T) steel plate is heat-treated, a process that intensely heats and cools a material to alter its physical properties, to enable the material to withstand severe impact and abrasion. This article will explore what Q&T steel is and its common applications.
Leeco® Steel, the largest supplier of steel plate in North America, announces the appointment of Jill Laumann to Safety Manager, effective April 5, 2021, as part of the company’s effort to revitalize its safety program.
The difference between common steel plate and abrasion resistant steel plate is significant, but the differences between AR400, AR450 and AR500 are more subtle. This article explains how abrasion resistant steel plate is produced, and explores the differences between hardness levels.