Soon to rise at Compostela, Cebu
The country’s largest and most modern steel mill is Soon to rise at Compostela, Cebu with a production capacity of 800,000 tons of rebar annually. With combined production of the 7 mills in the country, capacity is expected to reach over 3 million tons.
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.
The only integrated steel works facility in the Philippines. Calaca works sit on a 17-hectare lot inside the Calaca Industrial Seaport in Batangas. It houses a mini-mill or an integrated rebar line, which is directly integrated with its own scrap-based billet production.
Located in Barangay Parrelos, Carcar works in Cebu houses M4. It is the first modern rebar rolling mill in the Visayas.
Located in Bunawan District in Davao City, Davao Works is the Philippines’ largest and most modern steel mill with a 600,000 tons per year capacity. It was commissioned in 2014 as one of two mills in the Mindanao region.
Villanueva Works is home to SteelAsia’s latest acquisition – a rolling mill called M6 with a capacity of 250,000 tons of rebar per year.
Soon to rise at Compostela, Cebu with an annual production capacity of 800,000 tons of rebar.
SteelAsia’s Lemery plant will be the country’s first steel beam manufacturing facility with a capacity of producing 600,000 tons of steel products annually.
SteelAsia’s Candelaria works in the town of Candelaria, Quezon province occupies a 32-hectare land area that could potentially employ more than 1,500 workers.
SteelAsia’s Concepcion works in the town of Concepcion, Tarlac province will produce rebars and wire rods.