(Chicago – November 1, 2023) – Ryerson Holding Corporation (NYSE: RYI), a leading value-added processor and distributor of industrial metals, announced today its acquisition of TSA Processing (“TSA”), a stainless steel and aluminum coil and sheet processor with six locations across the Midwest and Southern United States. TSA will continue to serve its customers with world-class toll-processing capabilities as it has for over 30 years under the leadership of former owners Bill Tresten and Monte Sneed.
“TSA’s expertise in non-ferrous processing and polishing strengthens Ryerson’s value-added services within our own industry-leading stainless and aluminum franchises,” said Mike Burbach, Ryerson’s Chief Operating Officer. “We are pleased to welcome TSA to the Ryerson Family of Companies as we continue to grow our capabilities and network of service centers.”
Monte Sneed stated, “TSA brings over 30 years of experience in non-ferrous flat-rolled processing to the Ryerson network. We are excited to grow our business and extend our commitment to quality and service to new customers across geographies.”
Ryerson is a leading value-added processor and distributor of industrial metals, with operations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and China. Founded in 1842, Ryerson has around 4,300 employees in approximately 100 locations. Visit Ryerson at www.ryerson.com.
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