Masteel's Singapore Steel Stock Proving Popular Already

Masteel UK Limited's recent announcement that they are holding stock in Singapore has shown an immediate return with stock material already being purchased.

With new stock material in Singapore just becoming a available, Masteel have already shipped their first order to a client in Thailand. The material, which is ASTM A516 Grade 60 had only been available for a few days and the event demonstrates the need for a quick turnaround in such a fast paced market place. Client interest in the companies stock range in Singapore has already proved to be considerable.

This almost instant order further supports Masteel's decision to better serve their Far Eastern client base with a dedicated stock of high quality steels available for immediate dispatch.

The company stocks a range of normalised pressure vessel and boiler quality steels which are Charpyimpact tested and hardness tested in accordance with NACE MR 0175 and NACE MR 0103.

To check stock availability and to receive competitive prices visit Masteel's corporate website at


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