O'Neal Steel has an angle on the steel industry. One of the US's leading metals service companies, O'Neal Steel sells a full range of metal products -- including angles, bars, beams, coil, pipe, plate, and sheet -- made from steel, aluminum, brass, and bronze. It also offers such metal-processing services as forming, laser cutting, machining, plasma cutting, tube bending, and sawing. The company is part of the O'Neal Industrial Metals Group along with O'Neal Flat Rolled Metals, and Leeco Steel, each industry leaders in their respective markets. The trio are part of a group of closely affiliated companies that, together, form O'Neal Industries, the largest family-owned metals service center in the US.
As a full-line metals service center O'Neal Steel produces carbon, stainless, and alloy sheet, bar, and shapes, as well as aluminum and stainless products, pipe, tubing, expanded metal, and bar grating.
The company operates about 20 facilities throughout the US (in Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia).
O'Neal Steel has expanded through internal growth and acquisitions. Like other O'Neal Industries' affiliates, the company relies on the financial strength, expertise, and synergy of other affiliates to help it deliver results.
In a move to strengthen O'Neal Steel's position as a leader in the ferrous and non-ferrous flat-rolled market, and to improve customer service, in 2012 O'Neal Steel merged its Metalwest and TAD Metals unit to form O'Neal Flat Rolled Metals. That year O'Neal Steel also formed a new specialty division (CHRG Metals) which specializes in corrosion and heat-resistant stainless steel and flat nickel alloy products.
O'Neal Steel added a number of companies in the latter half of the last decade, acquiring Pennsylvania-based metals service center TW Metals; metal services center Timberline Steel; supply chain management company Supply Dynamics, and service center TAD Metals, which focused on aluminum and stainless steel.
Founded by Kirkman O'Neal in 1921 in Alabama, the company is still owned and run by the O'Neal family. – less