We have four facilities throughout the Southeast and Midwest United States.
The MISA Difference:
Leading Toll Processor
experienced in light and heavy gauge slitting of flat roll steel and processing
of steel and aluminum into Class 1 Exposed Blanks
At MMP, we maintain high standards for safety in an effort to eliminate accidents and injury to personal and property. Through our conscious safety efforts and keeping our employees familiar with all safety & health procedures as well as potential hazards, we maintain a safe workplace for all.
We’re dedicated to understanding each of our customers needs and expectations to ensure quality and meet delivery requirements. Our quality policy is continually maintained to IATF:16949:2016 standards.
We excel in our ability to provide responsive, customized solutions for labeling, reporting, quality control, communication methods, and more, for our customers. No matter your needs, we’ll be able to deliver the exact products you need.
With a variety of facilities and capabilities, we’re here to help you with any of your needs.
Our two blanking presses in Birmingham feature two sided inspection, inline washing high pressure, and aluminum blanking with a vacuum stacker system.
We have five slitting lines in three states covering the Southeast. This includes slit gauging and tool processing of Carbon Steel.
Our Cluster Leveler is a unique, patented roller leveler designed specifically for coils free of wavy-edge and center-buckle strip shape defects.
We maintain precise packaging, loading, and shipping specifications, as uniquely defined by our customers, for every part shipped.
Materials We Work With:
Stainless steel has various benefits as it can be rolled into sheets, plates, bars, wires, and tubing. The stainless steel that we work with includes the 400 series stainless.
We work with ultra high strength steel (UHSS), the future direction of steel in the automotive industry. Carbon steel types include HRPO (hot rolled picked & oiled), CR (cold rolled), galvanized, painted, and UHSS.
Aluminum is a vital part of the transportation and building industries as it has a low density and is able to resist corrosion. To date, we’ve worked with the 6000 series.