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Warren Steel Holdings Successfully Upgrades Caster with Electromagnetic Stirring Capabilities

By Business Wire News   


Warren Steel Holdings, LLC (“WSH” or the “Company”), a leading producer and global supplier of high-quality carbon and alloy steel continuously cast products, today announced that it has installed and successfully tested new electromagnetic stirring (“EMS”) capabilities at its on-site caster. With the completion of this EMS upgrade, WSH’s caster will now be able to homogenize the center line and improve segregation in the production process, allowing the Company to deliver a superior quality product to its clients.

“We are thrilled to have our caster up and running with these advanced EMS capabilities,” said John Scheel, Vice President of WSH. “In addition to improving the quality of our existing cast products, this strategic upgrade will help diversify our offerings and open up a variety of new end market opportunities for the Company. We will continue to look for these types of infrastructure enhancement opportunities in the future and invest in assets that will provide value to current and future customers.”

Taking into account these new capabilities, the Company serves a broad range of markets with demanding applications, including open-die forgers, seamless tube and ring rollers, and bar producers.

About Warren Steel Holdings:

Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Warren, OH, Warren Steel Holdings, LLC (WSH) is a leading producer and global supplier of high-quality carbon and alloy steel continuously cast products. WSH’s 390 plus acre, ISO 9001 certified facility is capable of producing approximately 800,000 metric tons of product annually. The company employs state-of-the-art equipment and systems, providing it with the flexibility to quickly process highly specialized orders that meet clients’ exact specifications. WSH’s skilled workforce, rigorous testing requirements, logistical capabilities and competitive pricing distinguish it from the competition and position the enterprise for continued growth. The company’s engineered products are currently used in a variety of different industries, including aerospace, oil, gas, mining, construction, automotive and agriculture. For more information, please visit:

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