MSP was set up by guys who have worked in the steel industry their whole lives and put down local roots to build their dream. We’re not a division of a multinational firm or a new gambit by some private equity fund. We’re in steel processing because it’s what we know, what we love and what we’re really good at.



Our objective was to expand MSP until we reached maximum capacity, necessitating expansion within two years. This achievement stemmed from our ability to provide value in toll processing.

This often poses a challenge for companies lacking a fundamental problem-solving mindset. MSP leaders understand the need to look beyond customer orders, to investigate how they use their steel, what their inventory turns are, their most frequent causes of rejects, etc. Using that knowledge, we’ll devise a new program for JIT inventory and logistics, for first stage fabrication of parts, for special protective treatment or packaging of lifts or coils.

It’s what you do when you’re a problem solver at heart and you love the steel business.


Mississippi Steel Processing’s facility includes 114,000 ft² of master coil storage, 151,000 ft² of finished goods storage and 7,200 ft² of office space. A major expansion in 2014 expanded our original 2010 facility by 67% and also added significant new processing capacity to shorten lead times and handle heavier gauge material. Our facility also features:

Indoor rail spur that accommodates five railcars
Fourteen paved truck bays and two covered truck tarping areas
Thirteen overhead cranes, including four 50-ton cranes for master coils

Our processing equipment consists of:

Two slitting lines that span 0.017″ to 0.625″ thick and up to 76″ wide
A slit coil packaging line for coils up to 15,000 lbs.