Ryerson Opens New Service Center In Tijuana, Mexico
Ryerson Inc. has announced the opening of a new service center in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. The metals processor and metals distributer will put the new facility in El Florido Industrial park, one of the largest industrial parks in the Tijuana business area, according to the company’s press release. The new location will help Ryerson reach customers in the U.S, Mexicali, Ensenada, Tecate and Rosarito regions.
The service center is 80,500-square-foot, supplying bars, tubing, sheets, coils and plates in carbon, aluminum and stainless steel. The press release said, “Processing capabilities include cut-to-length, laser fabrication and state-of-the-art bar cutting equipment. The facility will provide „same-day? delivery and „same-day will call? service. Along with the warehouse operations, a local sales team will be on site.”
This is the company’s second facility in Mexico as Ryerson has a 56,000-square-foot facility in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon.
“The opening of the Tijuana service center represents a continuation of Ryerson?s strategy to bring its full service offerings to major markets throughout Mexico,” said Phil Wylie, President of Ryerson?s Southwest Region. “As Ryerson?s U.S. customer base continues to invest in Mexico, we intend to support that growth as well as the growth of Mexican-based manufacturers.”