Timeline of Canadian Events
EMJ USA acquires Bowsteel Canada with facilities in Ontario and Quebec.
Jorgensen Steel merges with Kilsby-Roberts, the largest distributor of specialty bar and tubing in North America.
Ontario operations quickly outgrow the current facility and relocate to Mississauga, Ontario.
EMJ rolls out a state-of-the-art computer system called the World Information Network, known as "WIN."
Founder Earle Jorgensen passes away at age 101 - Read the LA Times Article
Greenfield operations open in Edmonton, Alberta.
Ontario operations move to custom built headquarters and warehouse in Mississauga, Ontario.
Greenfield expansion operation opens in Quebec City.
Greenfield expansion operation opens in North Bay, Ontario
On April 3, 2006, EMJ becomes part of the Reliance Steel & Aluminum family.
Quebec City adds a tube bending machine to their local processing capabilities
Precision cold saws are added to the line-up of value-added services in Edmonton, Toronto, and Montreal
Ontario purchases a tube laser to provide additional processing capabilities
New building for EMJ Montreal.