About Charter Steel
We’re Made of the Best Material
People who thrive in a team environment where members are challenged to take initiative, encouraged to explore new ways to get their work done, and ultimately given the opportunity to create their own future - they're the kind of people who make Charter Steel a world-class leader in the metals industry. Join a – more... privately owned company that provides opportunities to grow and excel.
Charter Steel, a division of Charter Manufacturing, is a leading American supplier of carbon and alloy steel bar, rod and wire products with distribution and manufacturing facilities in Wisconsin and Ohio.
As an integrated steelmaker, providing the highest degree of service to our customers is our primary focus. Our capabilities include steel melting, bar and rod rolling, coil processing and wire drawing. – less
Charter Steel Employer Reviews
BPEL Consultant (Former Employee), Saukville, WI – March 21, 2014
Scalehouse Clerk (Former Employee), Cuyahoga Heights, OH – February 15, 2014
Production Planning Intern (Current Employee), Saukville – January 14, 2014
Quality Control Lab Technician (Former Employee), Cleveland, OH – December 17, 2013
Maintenance Mechanic/ Roll Shop (Current Employee), Cleveland, OH – November 7, 2013
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