Business area Americas
- ISO 9001
- ISO 17025
- ISO 14001
- PED 2014/68/EU
- DoP – Declaration of Performance
- DIN EN 10088-4
- AD 2000 Merkblatt
- OHSAS 18001
- BIS License
Built on the best of what stainless steel manufacturing has to offer, the Calvert team has taken more than 100 years of stainless steel know-how, dating to the invention of stainless steel, and combined it with innovation in research and development to expertly serve the Americas’ market.
In Calvert, all processes, melting, casting, rolling, annealing and pickling, and finishing, are performed in a fully integrated mill. The state-of-the-art facility boasts an optimal production flow using the most progressive steel making technologies available. The Calvert team was recently recognized for its operational excellence by American Metal Market with its 2018 Steel Excellence Award.
Calvert’s portfolio includes hot and cold-rolled coil in standard, duplex, austenitic and ferritic grades. Calvert’s three cold-rolling mills (54-inch, 64-inch and 74-inch) complement a customized finishing line that offers tailored finishing (#1, 2D, 2B and polish), slitting and cut-to-length services.
Calvert produces the only 72-inch sheet and coil made in the NAFTA region; this translates into more productivity, fewer welds and less risk of weld failure. In addition, Calvert has the ability to slit this wide material down to 36 inches, providing even more fabrication flexibility. And all coil and sheets produced in Calvert are melted and manufactured from raw materials sourced primarily within the United States proudly supporting Made in America manufacturing.
The most advanced mill in the U.S., Outokumpu Calvert creates value for the customer through a combination of a strong global product portfolio and superior technical expertise.
Calvert produces the only 72-inch sheet and coil made in the U.S. and NAFTA region. For customers, that means increased productivity, fewer welds and – because Calvert also has the capability to slit the wide material to 36 inches – greater fabrication flexibility.