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Chicago: Ryerson Global Headquarters

227 West Monroe Street
27th Floor
Chicago, IL 60606
Phone: 312-292-5000
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Email: questions@ryerson.com
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Lisle
1050 Warrenville Rd
Lisle, IL 60532
Phone: 888-877-8593
Email: ChicagoSales@ryerson.com
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The Lisle sales office serves customers in the states of Illinois and Indiana.  The Lisle office is part of Ryerson’s Midwest Region which has regional headquarters in Minneapolis, MN.

Ryerson offers vast inventories of ferrous and non-ferrous metals in bar, tubing, plate, sheet, and coil.  As a complement to the vast inventory, the local facilities offer a broad spectrum of processing capabilities as well as experienced professionals trained to assist you with your metal needs while providing exceptional service designed to exceed customer expectations.

We look forward to working with you on your next requirement.

Plate bevel

Plate Beveling

Softening a squared edge by removing corner material, producing a rounded or angled edge

Coil Leveling

Using rollers to flatten coil and sheet to standard industry tolerances
Cut to Length

Cut-to-Length

Cutting pieces of coil to specific lengths

Embossing

Forming process that uses dies to create a raised or sunken pattern in a piece of sheet

Fabricating

Building structures of two or more pieces of metal by cutting, bending and assembling

Flame Cutting

Using a gas-powered flame torch to cut various thicknesses of sheet and plate

Grinding

Machining process that uses an abrasive wheel to achieve high surface quality and dimensional accuracy
laser cutting

Laser Cutting

Using a laser to cut materials, edges have high-quality surface finish

Machining

Using machine tools to remove material from a piece to achieve a desired geometry
Oxy cutting

Oxy-Fuel Cutting

Process utilizing a gas-powered flame torch to cut various thicknesses of plate.

Packaging

Sealing finished parts into the appropriate packaging materials for shipping and delivery purposes

Painting

Applying paint to a surface for decorative or protective purposes

Pickling and Oiling

Applying a chemical solution to remove stains, organic contaminants, rust or scale
Plasma cutting

Plasma Cutting

Using a high-speed plasma torch to cut various thicknesses of metals
polishing

Polishing

Finishing process where oxidation is removed from the surface to improve appearance and protection
Precision blanking

Precision Blanking

Shearing with punches and dies where the product is the piece punched out of the web, in contrast to piercing

Punching

Cutting specified holes or shapes into a piece of sheet
saw cutting

Sawing

Cutting material with high-strength saw blades
Shearing

Shearing

Using straight cutting blades to cut sheet and plate to specific sizes
Slitting

Slitting

Using straight cutting blades to cut sheet and plate to specific sizes

Toll Processing

Performing specific material processing services on a fee-based pricing structure

Warehousing

Storing material inventory in an off-site, climate controlled setting for future use
silhouette

Jeff Redfield

General Manager
Phone: 630-758-2295
Email: jeff.redfield@ryerson.com