Since the early 1960s the Coronado Steel Company has been a fixture of Youngstown, Ohio’s industrial heritage. Even to this day Coronado continues to play a key role in the city’s identity as one of America’s proudest steel towns.
With more than 200 clients worldwide, Coronado Steel continues to innovate and develop new techniques, and to abide by strict safety and quality standards to provide the most cost-effective ways to meet the needs of our customers.
Originally founded by Mike Holt, Coronado Steel established itself as an imaginative producer of high-alloy castings, usually with heat and/or wear resistant properties. Since his purchase in 1997, Mike Phillips, with the help of his father Steve Phillips and key employees has grown the company into a multi-million dollar operation.
Through the years Coronado has added larger furnaces, centrifugal casting equipment as well as machining and fabrication services. The company has expanded eight times to more than 100,000 square feet of space on its seven-acre Funston Drive property. With hundreds of years of combined work experience, Coronado’s workforce has developed unique methods of blending stainless steel with exotic metals and alloys during the manufacturing process, which has driven the company’s growth and led to year over year revenue increases.
In addition to serving the oil, gas and industrial machinery industries, our highly skilled, professional workers have the capability to produce an incredibly broad mix of specialized parts, including:
- Extrusion dies for steel and aerospace
- Combustion zone products for power generation
- Molds for glass and ceramic industries
- Drill bits and valve bodies for oil and gas extraction
- High wear components for steel manufacturers and mining industries
- Rare element dental alloys
- Cast dies to produce permanent molds