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Leeco Steel, a supplier of carbon, heat-treated and alloy plate steel, has moved its eastern region sales office to a new location in Wexford, Pa. According to Leeco, the new space offers greater square footage with a modern feel and increased accessibility, ensuring they can offer more resources to support clients located in the heart of steel country.

"We have a great team that has built up our customer base substantially. They needed a space to help reflect and support that growth,” explains Denton Nordhues, president/CEO of Leeco Steel. "We are further strengthening our position because we see great opportunity in the Pittsburgh area."

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