Located in Barangay Perrelos, Carcar Works in Cebu houses M4 which is the only rebar rolling mill in the Visayas.
The SteelAsia Group acquired the mill from AC Steel Industries in 2009. The facility was rehabilitated and upgraded its capacity to 300,000 tpy from its original 150,000 tpy capacity. With Level-2 Automation, M4 is at par with world standards of productivity, conservation, and occupational health and safety.
When SteelAsia started up M4 operations Cebu buyers saw rebar costs reduced by over PhP1,000 (US$25) per ton. Cebu consumers and distributors also got huge freight savings, because they no longer needed to transport rebar from Manila.
Mostly using Japanese technology and equipment, the mill has a twin high-speed tungsten carbide monoblock. M4 was the first mill to use this technology, which made it possible to produce small rebar sizes with high precision while maintaining speed and productivity.
Besides the lower rebar cost, the impact of faster delivery was immediately felt by SteelAsia’s clientele.
M4 gave a boost to the region’s business community with increased economic activity for logistics, services, and operations supply. This plant also opened up more employment opportunities for the communities within its vicinity.
The mill operations created so much port activity that today, SteelAsia is among the top taxpayers (for the importation of its raw materials) at the Port of Cebu.
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
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Mechanical coupler and threading services
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