Con-Tech procurement outsourcing offers hot rolled steel coils from a variety of world-class mills, many of whom are ISO certified, which have been chosen based on their ability to guarantee the highest quality and lowest cost available anywhere. Our steel coils are available in a wide variety of thicknesses and in all structural, high strength, low alloy, and common grades. We can deliver hot rolled steel coils, cut to length sheets or first operational blanks.
Hot rolled steel is heated to just beneath its melting point and then repeatedly subjected to rolling, making it thinner and longer. Hot rolled steel is softer and more malleable making it perfect for larger steel shapes like structural beams and rail tracks, sheet metal and parts that need to be molded into very precise or distinct shapes.
Hot-rolled steel is best used for structural components and other applications where precise shapes and tolerances are unnecessary.
Why Using Con-Tech Works
Con-Tech has built its procurement services reputation on reliably delivering steel products when customers need them. Manufacturers can choose to have hot rolled, cold rolled sheet steel, steel circle blanks, and coated steel coil shipped directly from the mill to their plant or can arrange for JIT delivery by drawing from Con-Tech Steel’s large inventory.
Con-Tech can deliver hot rolled steel coils through several ports, to almost anywhere in North and Central America. Con-Tech prides itself on reliably delivering hot rolled steel coils. Manufacturers can choose this shipped directly from the mill to their plant or can arrange for JIT delivery by drawing from Con-Tech Steel’s large inventory.
As a long-time global parts and steel supplier specializing in imports, Con-Tech has strong relationships with global manufacturers. Our logistics expertise allow us to master the recent changes in American tariff regulations and handle all of the issues with global sourcing for our customers.
Con-Tech is always searching the marketplace for new suppliers as global steelmaking capacity has increased in recent years. Asia and the Middle East are leading the way in new steelmaking operations but, Bolivia, Namibia and Mozambique are also expected to see the start-up of their first steep plants during the 2021-23 period.