Ryerson Holding Corp. has acquired non-ferrous metals distributor TSA Processing.
“TSA’s expertise in non-ferrous processing and polishing strengthens Ryerson’s value-added services within our own industry-leading stainless and aluminum franchises,” Ryerson COO Mike Burbach said in a press release on Wednesday.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Prior to this announcement, the metals service center’s most recent acquisition was Wisconsin-based fabricator Norlen Inc. last month.
TSA processes flat-rolled aluminum and stainless steel in six locations across the Midwest and Southern US. The Houston-based non-ferrous processor will remain under the leadership of former owners Bill Tresten and Monte Sneed, according to the release.
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