Aladdin Steel - Industry Leader in Steel Tube and Steel Pipe

Gillespie, IL (PressExposure) March 26, 2009 -- Aladdin Steel is an Industry Leader in Steel Tube and Steel Pipe. Company stocks one of the largest and most varied inventories of steel tubing and pipe available in the United States. Aladdin Steel products include round electric welded steel tubing, steel pipe, cold drawn buttweld, and seamless steel tubing. “While we are big enough to satisfy mill requirements out of inventory, we are responsive to every customer order, whether a single piece or a truckload. To satisfy your requirements, we stock custom sizes, carry a full selection of galvanized pipe, as well as aluminized and galvanized tubing, provide cutting and de-burring services, and are responsive to special needs.” – Mr. Gene Thomas, President of Aladdin Steel says.

Aladdin Steel Aladdin Steel distributes carbon steel tubing and pipe in the U.S. and Canada. Large inventory of carbon and alloy steel products. Aladdin Steel stocks include round electric welded steel tubing, Steel Pipe, cold drawn buttweld, and seamless steel tubing. Company are equipped with a wide assortment of cut-off equipment for deburring & swaging such as automatic cold saws, punch cutting, vibratory finishing, and band saws. “We are specialized in bundling, shot blasting, and protective packaging. We stock round steel tubing, structural steel pipe, square, conveyor and rectangular steel tubing. “– said Mr. Gene Thomas.

Aladdin Steel sales representatives all have extensive experience in the carbon Steel Tube and pipe industry. Contact companies offices in Illinois or Missouri to utilize the expertise they can offer. They can help you with pricing information, answer any questions you may have about tubing and pipe, and tell you about the many services they can provide for customers.

About Aladdin Steel

For more information please contact:
Aladdin Steel, 18743 Route 16, Gillespie, IL 62033, USA;
Phone: 1-800-637-4455;

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Press Release Submitted On: March 24, 2009 at 4:47 pm
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