Alro Steel Opens Oshkosh Facility
Alro Steel announces the opening of its Oshkosh facility on Monday, March 16, 2020.
Alro Steel announces the opening of its Oshkosh facility on Monday, March 16, 2020. The 194,000 square foot facility is located at 3970 Poberezny Rd., Oshkosh, Wisconsin. This replaces the former 66,000 square foot facility at 43 E. Tenth Ave, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. In addition to expanded product offerings, the Oshkosh location added new processing capabilities and equipment including shearing, large capacity saw cutting, shot blasting for material up to 60 inches wide, as well as new automated equipment to clean and prepare flame and plasma cut parts for shipment. The expanded inventory and processing services allow the Oshkosh facility to focus on cut-to-size metals and next day delivery to Wisconsin customers.
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