Located in Ciudad Industria in Bulacan, SteelAsia Meycauayan Works houses two rolling mills named M1 and M2, fabrication facilities, and a reinforcing mesh production line.
M1 is the heart of Meycauayan Works.Commissioned in 1996, it was the country’s first modern rolling mill that used Italian technology and equipment. It featured many pioneering technologies such as 12-meter billet capability, walking-hearth furnace, in-line rolling train configuration, independent drives, Level-2 automation, quick size change, and more new advances. It allowed the Philippine steel industry to leapfrog into the modern era of efficiency, productivity, conservation, and operational health and safety.
The mill has been a Hall of Fame Awardee of the Department of Energy for energy conservation.
M1 is also the first rebar rolling mill in the Philippines to have the following certifications; ISO 9001 (Quality Management System), ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System), OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health and Safety Management) and UK CARES (British Standard).
It was the country’s largest rolling mill with a capacity of 450,000 tons per year (tpy) until 2014 when SteelAsia Davao Works was commissioned. Its capacity was recently increased to 500,000 tpy. Indeed, M1 has changed the Philippine steel industry, raising the benchmarks for reliable service, quality, and low cost.
Meanwhile, M2 is a 100,000 tpy cross-country rolling mill commissioned in 1988.
Meycauayan Works has put the consumer first, emphasized customer satisfaction while adding value. This allowed the rebar business to become de-commoditized and more of a service-differentiated industry. The plant now also houses fabrication facilities that offer cut and bend, mechanical coupler, and threading services.
It again blazed the trail in the steel industry as it opened the country’s first reinforcing mesh plant.
PNS49 Rebar (sizes 10mm to 50mm, lengths 6M to 15M) Grade 550 (ASTM Grade 80) regular and weldable Grade 520 (ASTM Grade 75) regular Grade 420 (ASTM Grade 60) regular and weldable Grade 280 (ASTM Grade 40) regular and weldable Grade 230 (ASTM Grade 33) regular
Cut and Bend Services
Mechanical coupler and threading services
Reinforcing Wire Mesh
|Mill Type||Rebar Rolling Mill|
Danieli Centro Combustion (Italy)
Geteco Italy 450 tpy
Continuous, straight line rolling mill
18 horizontal-vertical rolling stands
Housingless, cartridge-type, rolling stand
With a presence across the archipelago, our annual production reaches over 2 million metric tons a year, serving the country’s biggest property development companies and public infrastructure projects.
Located in Ciudad Industria in Bulacan, SteelAsia Meycauayan Works houses two rolling mills named M1 and M2, Fabrication facilities, and a Reinforcing Mesh production line.
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