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APRIL 30/18 UPDATE

Posted by Alex Wowk on

To take a phrase from North America’s biggest retailer, we have “Everyday Low Prices.”

We save contractors money every day of the year!

Starting Tuesday, May 1/18 through to Monday, May 7/18, we are offering further savings<

for our “CONTRACTOR APPRECIATION WEEK!” No bells or whistles, just additional

discounts on your purchases. Talk to Chris or Sebastian about your extra week-long

discounts.

MARCH 28/18 UPDATE

Higher steel prices have us all scratching our heads. Steel prices will shoot up in the short term due to supply shortages stemming from the United States Section 232 tariffs. U.S. & Canadian rebar pricing is up approximately 29% over the last 12 months.Domestic mill lead times are now out to May or [...]

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FEBRUARY 28/18 UPDATE

The name MILLTRADE… choosing your company name is no small task. In 1982 my associate, Pat Tindall, suggested MILLTRADE - MILL, recognizing the strength of our supplying partners and TRADE, the sale involving today’s currency of cash or credit card. Dealing directly with steel mills was considered crucial in the formation [...]

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JANUARY 25/18 UPDATE

 If you’re reading this blog, you’ve found our new website. Thanks for joining us. Our goal is to inform contractors & buyers current pricing trends & market conditions that will affect your costs … after all, in this economy, your purchase price is critical in creating maximum profit towards your job or project. Rebar [...]

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Why are the Prices of Structural Steel Rising?

The price of structural steel varies from day to day; steel is a global commodity whose price relies on different internal and external factors. Natural disasters and the strength of the American dollar can influence the supply and demand of steel, affecting the price of the commodity. In the aftermath of the most recent Tropical Storm [...]

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