4001 Philadelphia Pike,
Claymont, Delaware 19703
Claymont Steel operates a steel mini-mill specializing in the manufacture and sale of custom-order discrete steel plate in the United States and Canada. The Company provides steel plate to a variety of end use applications including bridges, railcars, tool & die manufacture, and specialty machine & equipment manufacture. Claymont Steel's specialized production facilities, located in Claymont, Delaware, are specifically configured to provide custom-sized steel plate, which gives it a strong advantage over commodity-oriented domestic steel plate manufacturers that are physically unable to produce a significant portion of Claymont Steel's product range.
Claymont Steel Holdings was acquired by Evraz on January 25, 2008.
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