Major Metals Company

Major Metals Company
  • 844 Kochheiser Rd
  • Mansfield, OH, 44904
  • 419-886-4600
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Major Metals Company was incorporated in Ohio in October, 1973 to consolidate the trading activities of its founder, Jack Mason. This included buying and selling all types of steel products and processing steel via contract manufacturing. The use of widely varying sources of material to supply a broad customer base has kept the company prosperous in an extremely cyclical industry. 

In the mid 1980's Jack Mason began withdrawing from the day to day activities. His final retirement resulted from a buy out agreement with his son, Jeff Mason dated January 1, 1985. 
In June of 1992 the company purchased two welded steel tube mills. An 8,000 square foot building on Kochheiser Road in Mansfield was purchased in December, 1992. The first tube mill was in production in August, 1993

The building was expanded by 12,000 square feet in September, 1996 and an additional 4,000 square feet was added in September, 1998. 

The second mill started operations in December, 2000.

A 30,000 square foot expansion was completed in August, 2003. This building is used for finished goods storage and manufacturing equipment.

Ground was broken for a 24,000 square foot overhead crane building in December 2005. A 72” x .250” x 60,000# steel coil slitter was installed and in operation in July, 2006.

Our third tube mill became operational in December, 2010.

The slitter building was expanded 15,000 square feet in the fall of 2011.

After graduating from Xavier University in Cincinnati with a Major in Finance. Sam Mason became the third generation to join the company in June of 2014. 

In June of 2014 Major Metals Company purchase the assets of a tubing operation in Kings Mountain, North Carolina. These assets included a fourth tube mill, a Haven re-cut machine and a BEWO automatic tube cutting machine. This equipment was operational in North Carolina until February of 2016.

A 48,000 square foot free standing expansion was completed in June of 2016 and the North Carolina assets were relocated in Mansfield, Ohio. 

Major Metals Company has always reinvested in our facilities and taken advantage of opportunities presented to us. That strategy that has and will continue to fuel our future growth.