The Largest Family-Owned Metals Service Center in the U.S.
744 41st Street North
Phone: click for phone(800) 861-8272 or (205) 599-8000 | Fax: (205) 599-8173
About O'Neal Steel
As a full-line metals distributor and service center – offering a vast array of ferrous and non-ferrous products, scores of locations, technical expertise, and innovative value-added services – O'Neal Steel is committed to providing customers with consistently FAST, ACCURATE, and DEPENDABLE service. Based on the work ethic and business acumen of founder Kirkman O'Neal, dating back to 1921, O'Neal Steel conducts business with the highest degree of integrity, fairness, honesty, and reliability. We maintain stringent standards for quality, and are dedicated to continuous improvement in every aspect of our operations.
As a family-owned company, we also have a strong entrepreneurial spirit and the ability to make quick decisions with minimal red tape – making us nimble, responsive, and innovative in the ways we solve problems, answer customers' needs, and capitalize on opportunities. Above all, our customers and employees are our highest priority. We strive to provide our customers with unprecedented quality, service, and value. And we maintain open communication with our employees, encourage their input, provide the training and guidance they need to be safe and successful, and treat them with respect.
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