Employee Feature

Mike Silha Hascall
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Mike Silha: 1 Year
February 22, 2017

Hascall Steel Employee Feature: Mike Silha

Meet Hascall’s featured employee Mike Silha. How long have you been an employee? 1 Year What is your role in the organization? Sales What do Hascall Steel’s Core Values mean to you? Teamwork Everyone doing their part to help each other and the customer. Responsiveness Being quick to inform others and answer their questions. Dignity […]

Hascall Employee Feature Gil Jimenez
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Gil Jimenez: 11 Years
January 6, 2017

Hascall Steel Employee Feature: Gil Jimenez

Meet Hascall’s featured employee Gil Jimenez. How long have you been an employee? 11 years What is your role in the organization? I’m Hascall’s Lead Bander. What do Hascall Steel’s Core Values mean to you? Teamwork To help everyone. That doesn’t matter where or what. Responsiveness It’s very important to help others when someone needs […]

William Dawes Hascall Family Feature
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William Dawes: 18 Years
December 6, 2016

Hascall Steel Employee Feature: William Dawes

Meet Hascall’s featured employee William Dawes. How long have you been an employee? 18 years What is your role in the organization? Outside processing coordinator, logistics assistant, steel applications, and ISO lead auditor. What do Hascall Steel’s Core Values mean to you? Teamwork Working together to achieve common goals of the company. Responsiveness Reacting in […]

Javier Sanchez as Hascall Steel Company Employee Feature
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Javier Sanchez: 11 Years
November 10, 2016

Hascall Steel Employee Feature: Javier Sanchez

Meet Hascall’s featured employee Javier Sanchez. How long have you been an employee? 11 years What is your role in the organization? I’m a safety coordinator prioritizing safety for myself and other steel workers at Hascall. What do Hascall Steel’s Core Values mean to you? Teamwork A group of people working toward the same goal to […]

Francisco Jose Francisco for Hascall Steel
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Francisco Jose Francisco: 19 years
September 12, 2016

Hascall Steel Employee Feature: Francisco Jose Francisco

Meet Hascall’s featured employee Francisco Jose Francisco. How long have you been an employee? 19 years What is your role in the organization? I help package and set up for orders that need to be done. What do Hascall Steel’s Core Values mean to you? Teamwork Helping one another and communicating thoroughly. Responsiveness Communicate and make sure […]

Jon Swint for Hascall Steel
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Jon Swint: 5 Years
August 29, 2016

Hascall Steel Employee Feature: Jon Swint

Meet Hascall’s featured employee Jon Swint. How long have you been an employee? 5 years What is your role in the organization? Crane operator, banding line, and pretty much anything else needed. What do Hascall Steel’s Core Values mean to you? Teamwork You do whatever is necessary to help get the job done. Responsiveness Our ability […]

Chris VanWingerden Hascall Steel
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Chris VanWingerden: 20+ Years
August 1, 2016

Hascall Steel Employee Feature: Chris VanWingerden

Meet Hascall’s featured employee Chris VanWingerden. How long have you been an employee? I have been with Hascall Steel Company for over 20 years! What is your role in the organization? I began as an accounts payable clerk and then took over the accounting team. Soon thereafter, we blended the accounting and inventory control teams into […]

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Jennifer Ziemke: 1 Year
July 22, 2016

Hascall Steel Employee Feature: Jennifer Ziemke

Meet Hascall’s featured employee Jennifer Ziemke. How long have you been an employee? 1 year and 2 months What is your role in the organization? Inventory control Back-up for outside processing Help where needed Corporate scoreboards Purchase order entry 3. What do Hascall Steel’s Core Values mean to you? Teamwork Working together to achieve the best […]

Meet Nate Chapton of Hascall Steel.
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Nate Chapton: 14 Years
July 7, 2016

Hascall Steel Employee Feature: Nate Chapton

We love our employees at Hascall, so we thought it would be nice to highlight some of our hard workers in Hascall’s new Employee Feature series.   Meet Nate Chapton from Grandville, MI. How long have you been an employee? 14 years What is your role in the organization? Dispatching What do Hascall Steel’s Core Values […]

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HOW BEST TO ORDER STEEL FROM US...

At Hascall Steel we understand that part of being an expert is being able to tailor steel to your needs. With that in mind there are some key areas that will help us fulfill your steel order in a way that is best suited to your company’s capacities. By working with our sales team, we can adjust several aspects of your order to make things easier for your team members. Next are some areas to keep in mind that can improve efficiency and quality.

1. MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS

Often customers place an order with the following basic information: Quantity/Gauge/Width/Length/Steel Type…

However there are quite a few QUALIFIERS that will help us all get the best value from the informational exchange.

2. TOLERANCES

When discussing material with our Sales Team, be sure to include tolerances for your gauge, width, and length (if applicable). In some cases, Hascall can meet tolerances as low as +/-.001 on gauge, +/-.003 on width, and +/-.015 on length. Specifications – Many steel specifications come with sub categories that can alter chemistries and mechanical boundaries. Be sure to have the full specification when ordering or talk with your sales representative to discuss options.

3. PACKAGING

Proper packaging can help reduce unloading and production time. ID – We offer ID sizes in 16”, 20”, and 24” OD – We are able to provide OD sizes up to 72” Skidding – Standard or custom skidding available, just let us know how you would like your material skidded to best meet your equipment needs.
Paper – Protective paper is standard on all orders but can be applied with standard or full wrapping both with and without Hascall Logos. Max Coil and Skid Weight – Coils can be adjusted to meet your max lift and coil capacities.
Offloading – Material can be shipped skidded or standing and set for Forklift on the side or the rear of the bed. Material can also be shipped ready for sheet lifter or overhead crane offload.

4. DELIVERY

Steel is only good if it gets there when you need it. At Hascall we have an experienced Logistics team that will ensure that your steel arrives on time in the way that best suits your needs. Whether you would like delivery via our in-house Steel Man Transportation service or if you would like to pick up your material personally, our team can set up appointments that meet your schedule. Our Logistics team can also arrange a 3rd party carrier if needed. Delivery dates, times, and address should be discussed with your Sales Representative prior to ordering.

5. THE UNKNOWN

And lastly, we know each customer is unique. There may be special requests that we would love to accommodate. These may range from a sample of the steel attached to the packaging, to increased tag requirements and frequencies. We are happy to work with you in order to be your trusted choice in slit steel coil and blanks.