Material Sciences Corporation Joins the North American Steel Alliance
17 October 2018
Material Sciences Corporation (MSC) announces that the company has joined the National American Steel Alliance (NASA).
Since 1951, MSC, has been championing innovation in quality, flexibility and cost-effectiveness to the automotive, construction and consumer goods industries. Backed by state-of-the-art coating lines; cutting-edge lightweighting technologies; noise, vibration and harshness products; and robust electrogalvanizing capabilities, MSC has gained a solid reputation as the technology leader in coated, laminated and decorative solutions.
Headquartered in Canton, Michigan, MSC operates several processing facilities across the Midwest.
When asked about his company's interest in becoming part of NASA, Michael Noble, MSC Chief Commercial Officer, was quick to reply, "One of the key factors influencing our decision to invest as a member/owner was the opportunity to engage in meaningful dialogue with so many diverse companies that are part of the industries we serve."
Sharing his thoughts on what has been the key driver in MSC's past success and what will continue to be critical for the future, Noble stated, "We are a technology company, engineering new products that outpace our competition. We continue to be in the forefront of new product development for a very diverse list of customers."
About Material Sciences Corporation
Material Sciences Corporation (MSC) provides advanced solutions in metals, metal products and metal processing across a diverse array of end-use markets. Specialties include electrogalvanizing, continuous coil-coating, laminating, acoustic composites and supply chain management. Headquartered in Canton, Michigan, Material Sciences Corporation has operations in Elk Grove Village, Illinois; East Chicago, Indiana; Walbridge, Ohio; Canfield, Ohio; and Toronto, Ontario. Visit www.materialsciencescorp.com for details regarding products and services.
About the North American Steel Alliance
Incorporated in November of 1996, North American Steel Alliance, Inc. (NASA), is a member- owned purchasing cooperative serving the metals distribution industry. Today, NASA is comprised of 121 independently operated steel service centers throughout the United States and Canada with over 430 distribution and processing facilities. Collectively NASA represents annual revenues exceeding $9 billion dollars. Visit www.steelalliance.com for details regarding NASA and services.