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Steele Solutions Announces Plans to Expand Manufacturing Facility

Steele Solutions, a Milwaukee-based company, which designs and produces steel structures such as stairways, mezzanines, safety gates, crossovers, equipment platforms and others utilized in warehousing, commercial distribution, military and material handling segments, has announced its decision to almost double the size of its present production plant.

Elevated Platforms to Support Equipment and Machinery. Credit: Steel Solutions

The building project is set in motion while the company celebrates its 15th business year. Incidentally, this will be the fourth expansion for the company to manage its growing requirements.

Terry Young, vice president-engineering of the company said that the proposed expansion will assist in restructuring its delivery arrivals of raw materials and outgoing finished products for use in steel structures. He further said that the expansion will enable extra floor space for the production of C-sections, columns and beams utilized in equipment platforms and mezzanine systems and also for the manufacture of other components such as gates, rails, ladders and stairs. Young, added that to improve the production efficiencies further, a new paint line equipment will be introduced in the process.

The new expansion planned for its building located in the Franklin Business Park at 9909 S, 57th street will add around 35,000 sq ft. to its existing space level. On completion of the proposed construction, the building will have a total of around 80,000 sq ft. of space at its disposal to locate its production plant and main offices while its sales offices at Philadelphia and Cleveland areas will continue to function in their locations. The increased production levels may prompt the company to have 30 more workers in the next two years.


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