majestic steel usa was incorporated september 19th, 1979
Named after the horse Majestic Prince, Dennis Leebow loved the story of the underdog racehorse, a thoroughbred that won the first two legs of the triple crown and placed second in the Belmont Stakes, finishing injured but never giving up. That persistence, scrappiness, and hardworking nature remains in Majestic Steel’s DNA today.
majestic steel opens flagship facililty in cleveland, ohio
Dennis Leebow purchased land in the city of Bedford Heights, Ohio, to build a state of the art service center to distribute steel throughout America.
majestic steel doubles its flagship facility to support growth
As the business grew, Majestic Steel expanded its Bedford Heights facility to carry more inventory, enhance processing capacity, and increase truck throughput allowing 180 trucks to come through the facility on a daily basis.
Todd Leebow joins the company with a new philosophy on how to manage the ever changing steel market and business environment using new technologies and a culture of entrepreneurship to drive change.
majestic expands its reach into the southwest
Majestic Steel announces the acquisition of Flat-Rolled Steel expanding their physical footprint in the hyper-growth markets of Houston and Dallas.
majestic Steel completes its second acquisition
Majestic Steel continues to grow in the Southeast leading to the purchase of Titan Metal Services in Tampa, Florida, to support regional demand.
majestic Steel turns crisis into opportunity.
Adapting to COVID-19, Majestic Steel was able to quickly pivot, providing a safe and flexible work environment that thrived during uncertain times. While many were concerned about the future, Majestic made strategic decisions to double down on talent and inventory while continuing its investment as a leader in technology within steel.
Additionally, Majestic was able further its commitment to servicing partners on the West Coast, buying P&S Metals based in Las Vegas, Nevada.