Combined Metals of Chicago


When stainless steel is incorporated into the manufacturing of automotive, foodservice, appliance and medical products, it is not just shipped on coils from the steel supplier to the manufacturer – steel service centers prepare the steel to the exact specifications required by the manufacturer.

This may involve precisely controlling the variation in thickness, improving the flatness of the steel, removing surface imperfections, slitting the steel to a particular width or winding smaller coils from a large one. But at Combined Metals of Chicago, it also includes nearly 300 finish variations for a multitude of end uses.


Combined Metals of Chicago