Maintaining Employee Engagement in the Face of Adversity

In the face of COVID-19, companies across the globe are faced with new challenges they have never had to overcome before. The looming sense of uncertainty can be daunting. However, if managed properly, businesses can turn adversity into an opportunity to grow and improve. To help minimize undesirable effects the pandemic has on employee morale, […]

A closer look at the effects of the GM strike

It has been a little over two months since the GM strike ended. However, the ripple effects of the strike continue to affect not only the steel industry, but apparently the nation as well. GM plants have been working nonstop since the end of the strike to keep dealerships well stocked and to keep customers […]

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A Brief History of Galvanized Steel

The history of galvanized steel can be traced back to over 300 years ago when an alchemist dreamt of immersing clean iron into molten zinc; the result was a shimmering silver coating onto the iron. It was not until in 1742 that this seemingly prophetic dream was realized by a French chemist named Melouin. Melouin […]

July 2018 UPDATE: Section 232 Steel Tariffs

Prices Are Still On The Rise Prices have continued to rise in the steel market since the signing of the Section 232 steel tariffs four months ago. Hot rolled, cold rolled, and coated products have all seen increases of 25 to 40 percent over the past few months. Though the increases have been slowing as […]

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Steel: Making Vehicles Lighter and Reducing Emissions

When it comes to the automotive industry, steel has a bright future. The World Steel Association (Worldsteel) explains that each vehicle uses an average of 900 kg of steel. You’ll find that 34 percent of the material is in the body structure, panels, doors and trunks of a vehicle to provide high-strength and energy absorption in […]

Flat silver steel

Real Steel: Why Flat Steel Sheets are Still King in the Manufacturing Industry

In the manufacturing industry, steel sheets are among the most used and preferred materials. Flat steel sheets can cover large areas and are highly malleable. They are easy to manipulate into a multitude of shapes and sizes, making them the perfect material for a diverse range of industries. Flat sheet processing employs a number of industrial treatments […]

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How the New Steel Tariffs
Might Affect You

How the new Steel Tariffs might affect you

New tariffs set to start May 11 have been announced that could impact the price of foreign steel, but right now things are changing every day on this topic. Many of those who purchase and use steel for their manufacturing facilities will want to keep a close eye on what is happening in the coming […]

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Galvanization: The Power of Zinc’s Protection

Carbon steel is an exceptional metal known for its malleability, ductility, and strength, depending on how much carbon is present. One disadvantage of the material, however, is that it doesn’t contain enough chromium, so it can’t form a chromium oxide layer that would protect it from rust. This vulnerability spells trouble for industrial facilities; deteriorating […]

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Aluminized Steel: Combining the Power of Aluminum and Steel for a Better Material

Both aluminum and steel are ideal manufacturing materials; aluminum boasts extreme resistance to corrosion, while steel is notable for its superior strength. They both have weaknesses, however. For instance, carbon steel does not have enough chromium to create an oxide layer that would protect it from rust. Meanwhile, pure aluminum is much weaker than steel. Metallurgists […]

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  • “Paperwork was in order and passed our receiving process.”
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  • “Hascall Steel's team reached out to check proactively if I needed my standard order. I appreciate them looking out for me”
    Shop Supervisor at a West Michigan Fabrication Company


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At Hascall Steel we understand that part of being an expert is being able to tailor steel to your needs. With that in mind there are some key areas that will help us fulfill your steel order in a way that is best suited to your company’s capacities. By working with our sales team, we can adjust several aspects of your order to make things easier for your team members. Next are some areas to keep in mind that can improve efficiency and quality.


Often customers place an order with the following basic information: Quantity/Gauge/Width/Length/Steel Type…

However there are quite a few QUALIFIERS that will help us all get the best value from the informational exchange.


When discussing material with our Sales Team, be sure to include tolerances for your gauge, width, and length (if applicable). In some cases, Hascall can meet tolerances as low as +/-.001 on gauge, +/-.003 on width, and +/-.015 on length. Specifications – Many steel specifications come with sub categories that can alter chemistries and mechanical boundaries. Be sure to have the full specification when ordering or talk with your sales representative to discuss options.


Proper packaging can help reduce unloading and production time. ID – We offer ID sizes in 16”, 20”, and 24” OD – We are able to provide OD sizes up to 72” Skidding – Standard or custom skidding available, just let us know how you would like your material skidded to best meet your equipment needs.
Paper – Protective paper is standard on all orders but can be applied with standard or full wrapping both with and without Hascall Logos. Max Coil and Skid Weight – Coils can be adjusted to meet your max lift and coil capacities.
Offloading – Material can be shipped skidded or standing and set for Forklift on the side or the rear of the bed. Material can also be shipped ready for sheet lifter or overhead crane offload.


Steel is only good if it gets there when you need it. At Hascall we have an experienced Logistics team that will ensure that your steel arrives on time in the way that best suits your needs. Whether you would like delivery via our in-house Steel Man Transportation service or if you would like to pick up your material personally, our team can set up appointments that meet your schedule. Our Logistics team can also arrange a 3rd party carrier if needed. Delivery dates, times, and address should be discussed with your Sales Representative prior to ordering.


And lastly, we know each customer is unique. There may be special requests that we would love to accommodate. These may range from a sample of the steel attached to the packaging, to increased tag requirements and frequencies. We are happy to work with you in order to be your trusted choice in slit steel coil and blanks.