April 18 ,2016 - New Operational Supplier

NASA member survey input drives selection of new material handling supplier group. North American Steel Alliance welcomes Flexx Material Handling as a “total solution” provider.  Read More 

April 15 ,2016 - New Operational Supplier

NASA welcomes Rocklin Manufacturing Co. to its operational supplier group. Rocklin Manufacturing Co., incorporated in 1934, is an established manufacturer of industrial electronic equipment. Learn more about our supplier partner, Read More

April 12, 2016 - Grand Rapids, MI

Pam Heglund has been appointed president of Mill Steel Co., Grand Rapids, Mich. Heglund has spent 15 years with North America’s 22nd-largest service center company. Read More

April 11, 2016 - Richmond, VA

North American Steel Alliance (“NASA”) Board of Directors announces its latest metal service center addition Steel Services, Inc. as a member of the metal distribution industry’s only cooperative umbrella.  Read More

April 6, 2016 - Joplin, MO

Boyd Metals finds multiple solutions in collaboration with Big Ass Solutions that delivers more than savings.  Perhaps the biggest winners are employees, Read More

February 1, 2016 - Beaumont, TX

Sampson Steel Corporation celebrates their 100th Anniversary in 2016.  Read More 

January 18, 2016 - New Member

We are pleased to announce M. Glosser & Sons, as the newest member of North American Steel Alliance.  The company consists of two steel service centers in Johnstown, PA and Camp Hill, PA.  Read More

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The Independent Advantage

Incorporated in November of 1996, North American Steel Alliance is a member owned purchasing cooperative serving the metals distribution industry. Today, NASA is comprised of over 121 independently operated steel service centers throughout the United States and Canada with over 367 distribution and processing facilities. Collectively we represent annual revenues exceeding $8 billion dollars.

Our primary business focus is to strategically link our members with the highest quality preferred suppliers, both metal and operational to share innovative ideas and create unique opportunities increasing profitability and ensuring ongoing success. We have developed and facilitated programs with more than 50 preferred suppliers ranging from producing steel mills to operational equipment, general services and consumable goods delivering millions of dollars in rebates and cost savings.

Beginning in 2007 and each year since, the National Cooperative Business Association recognized North American Steel Alliance as one of the top 10 purchasing cooperatives in all of North America, based on total dollars purchased through preferred suppliers.