Ryerson Holding Corp. announced Dec. 4 that it acquired Hudson Tool Steel Corporation.
The Cerritos, Calif.-based Hudson is a supplier of tool steels and high-speed, carbon, and alloy steels. The company has additional locations in Loves Park, Ill., and Dover, N.H. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“Hudson’s offering of high-quality standard and specialty-grade tool steel builds upon Ryerson’s expanding tool steel business,” said Ryerson’s chief operating officer, Mike Burbach in a press release.
Other acquisitions the Chicago-based metals service center made in 2023 include TSA Processing , Norlen Inc, and BLP Holdings LLC. Ryerson has approximately 100 locations throughout North America and China.
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