New 47,000 square foot expansion!

Watch as we cut the ribbon on our brand new 47,000 square foot expansion at our Tucker facility!

SteelMart Inc. Leans on Strong Work Ethic and Trilogy Machinery’s CNC Punching Technology

Steel processor combines sound work ethic with CNC punching technology to fuel growth and meet changing customer needs. Read more.

SteelMart announces plans to expand in Tucker

Steel Mart has been processing and selling carbon steel to structural fabricators and contractors for over a quarter-century in the Metro Atlanta area. As the business has grown, so has the need for more space. They outgrew their original facility in Norcross, then ran into the same problem after resettling in Doraville. Read more.


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ManCrafting: A behind the scenes look at our high precision plasma cutter

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SteelMart, Inc. grabs market share during downturn

Brian Satisky and Paul Carling

Brian Satisky and Paul Carling of SteelMart expect to do $30 million in revenue in 2014.

Atlanta Business Chronicle
February 21, 2014

While others in the construction industry were seeing little to no growth during the economic downturn, Tucker-based SteelMart, Inc.’s owners, Brian Satisky and Paul Carling, saw opportunity.

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Local Steel Company Honored

(July 1, 2013) Tucker, Georgia — SteelMart Inc. is pleased to announce the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce named them Corporate Business of the Year. SteelMart received this award at the county’s Apex Award ceremony held June 12th at the Marriott Century Center in Atlanta. SteelMart was awarded as a business in the $10-$20 million dollar category. This honor is the culmination of what has been a banner year for the steel products company.

SteelMart, located in Tucker, Georgia, warehouses and sells angles, channels, tubes, pipes, plates, sheets, flats, expanded metals, beams, ornamental iron, decking and other products. The company’s services include shearing, forming, saw cutting, punching, drilling and plate burning.

The company was founded in 1993 and moved to its new 60,000 square foot Tucker facility in 2012. The move gave them the opportunity to consolidate several of their operations, as well as expand their capabilities. The move allowed the company to continue to grow, with a record year in sales and the addition of over 20 new employees. [Read more…]

Profile of small business, SteelMart, Inc.

DCTV, Channel 23 profile of SteelMart, Inc. for the 2012 DeKalb County Small Business Summit

by DCTV, Channel 23
January 11, 2013

SteelMart announces move to DeKalb County

December 12, 2011

SteelMart, a full-service steel center, recently announced the opening of a 60,000-square-foot facility in DeKalb County. The new location, a foreclosed on property on Lawrenceville Highway, will more than quadruple the company’s current space and bring jobs and growth to DeKalb County, according to SteelMart’s owner partners.

Owners say they will spend the next five months renovating the property. “You won’t recognize it when we’re through,” co-owner Brian Satisky said.

Founded in 1993, SteelMart produces steel products for the building industry. In a market that has been hurt by the recession, SteelMart is on track to have its most profitable year yet, the partners say. Satisky said the market for steel has remained stable in recent years. “The pie hasn’t gotten any bigger, but we’re getting a bigger piece of the pie,” he said.

“Our formula is simple—do what you say you are going to do; take care of the customers, vendors and the employees and always remain humble,” Satisky said. “If a customer needs a piece of steel on Saturday we’ll run it out to them. Customers know they can rely on us.” [Read more…]

Built from the ground up, SteelMart finds growth in retail approach

by Joel Furfari, Inc. Magazine
July 2, 2008

“We basically just had some rusty old steel and an old forklift,” Brian Satisky recalls.

That was back in 1996 when Satisky’s former college roommate, Paul Carling, told him he had started a steel company and needed some help.

“It was just an idea,” Carling says. “We didn’t know whether it would work or not.”

The firm that got its start selling cut-rate steel to industrial customers is now a fast-growing success story. Satisky and Carling, the company’s principals have built a company based on providing top-quality service to customers in need of steel. This year the company was honored as one of Inc. magazine’s 5000 fastest growing private companies in the U.S. and one of the 500 fastest growing private companies in the Southeast. [Read more…]