Eskilstuna

Business area europe, coil service center

Sweden’s long steelmaking tradition is showcased in the unique expertise found at the Eskilstuna Coil Service Center. Through outstanding quality and short lead times, the service center shows its commitment to the customer.

Services

  • Cut-to-length
  • Slitting
  • Coil-to-coil and sheet-to-sheet polishing/brushing
  • Shearing

Certificates and approvals

  • ISO 9001
  • ISO 1400
  • AEOF

Sales Scandinavia Outokumpu Stainless AB

Abramsons väg 2, Eskilstuna, Sweden
Postal address: P.O. Box 1134, SE-631 80 Eskilstuna
Phone: +46 16 34 99 50
Email: outokumpu.nordic@outokumpu.com
VAT: SE556001874801

Directions

The Coil Service Center offers both sales and processing of Outokumpu stainless steel products. Custom-cut coil and sheet products – primarily austenitic and ferritic – are produced locally; Outokumpu’s complete product portfolio is available through the sales office.

In Eskilstuna, tradition is complemented by technology. State-of-the-art equipment ensures just-in-time delivery, short lead times, flexible sizes and tailored solutions – all with high quality Outokumpu stainless steel.

Advanced polishing and brushing processes deliver the exacting surface finishes, including DB, DP20 and DP40, required by manufacturers of domestic appliances.

In addition to fast response times, the service center offers technical support, research, training and a local specialist for specific customer needs in any aspect of stainless steel selection and use.

Key capabilities

Manufactured with precision

  • Coil-to-coil polishing and brushing are available on materials of up to 1,575 mm in width; sheet-to-sheet polishing and brushing are offered on materials of up to 1,500 mm in width

Tailored services

  • Precision slitting, cutting, polishing, brushing and guillotine shear cutting for customized projects

Specializing in flat products

  • Expanded portfolio of custom-cut coil and sheet products with a thickness range 0.50–50 mm

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