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Category: Structural fabrication

26 July 2022

What is structural steel fabrication?

Structural steel fabrication is a process that covers the cutting, bending, and assembly of raw steel materials to create different structures. Several pieces of steel combine to predefined structures for use subsequently for a range of final products including buildings,...

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26 May 2021

Steel Prices Are Rising, But MAH’s Prices Are Staying Low

In February we looked at how 2021 Price Increases Hit British Steel and unfortunately those prices are still rising. Earlier this month British Steel announced another price rise for structural steel meaning an additional £50 per tonne. As a result,...

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22 February 2021

Working Space – Covid 19 Boosts Home Improvements

In a world where we’re spending more time at home, it feels like we need more space. MAH Steel fabricators can help with that. Families are battling working from home whilst battling home-schooling their children and still trying to find...

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11 February 2021

2021 Price Increases Hit British Steel

The Covid-19 pandemic has hit a lot of industries and steel fabricators are no exception. As a result of the recent surge in worldwide steel prices and the high level of raw material costs, British Steel has had to raise...

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22 June 2020

We’ve moved! Our new factory

MAH Steel proudly moved into a new, improved steel fabrication factory and office space in the Imperial Business Park in Gravesend, Kent. As our company has expanded we quickly outgrew our previous head office. The team were ready (and eager!)...

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Important notification for our customers

MAH Steel are dedicated to exceptional customer service and we have always been one step ahead of the competition, so that our customers see the benefit. We have bought wisely and amassed a steel supply to ensure not only continuity of supply to our customers, but also the best prices in the market.

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