05 Dec 2018
December 5, 2018

We Go Further Than Foil

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Our expansive supply and knowledge of metals, combined with our wide variety of capabilities, allows us to meet your custom demands and reach your goals. Contact us today at 440.572.3645 to discuss how we can help you with your foil and metal needs. read more →

21 Nov 2018
November 21, 2018

Happy Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving Little Facts. Though many competing claims exist, the most familiar story of the first Thanksgiving took place in Plymouth Colony, in present-day Massachusetts, in 1621. More than 200 years later, in 1863 President Abraham Lincoln declared the final Thursday in November as a national day of thanksgiving. Congress finally made Thanksgiving Day an official.. read more →

All Foils is an experienced leader in converting and distributing aluminum, copper, stainless steel and other thin gauge metals. We are a full service foil and metal center and the only resource you need for material purchasing, processing, customizing and storage. Our extensive inventory, specialty services and team expertise provide the high quality custom metal.. read more →

Here are some little-known facts about 4th of July. • Initially adopted by Congress on July 2, 1776, the revised version of the Declaration of Independence was not adopted until two days later. • The average age of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence was 45. Benjamin Franklin was the oldest at age 70,.. read more →

23 May 2018
May 23, 2018

The Meaning of Memorial Day

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Since the earliest ceremonies in small American towns following the Civil War, we have gathered on Memorial Day to honor and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation. As in those early days of laying wreaths and placing flags, our national day of remembrance is often felt most deeply among.. read more →

Over the past few months the aluminum market has seen dramatic increases in all our input costs.  These increases have been driven by a combination of factors: increased demand (which is causing very tight domestic supply), rising feedstock costs, structural changes in duty rates on imports, and uncertainty of further U.S. government actions around imposing.. read more →

Stainless steel prices rose in April amid a rise in major North American mills base prices and raw material surcharges, with market players emphasizing that strong demand has allowed the mill increases to stick. Stainless distributors cited a 5~6% rise in April surcharges for the 300 grades that, when coupled with the mills hikes led.. read more →

  • Copper

Worries about Chinese credit markets and weaker international demand caused copper futures to fluctuate March 12 after Comex prices hit a nearly four year low a day earlier. The May-delivery Comex copper contract fell to $2.952 per pound March 11, the lowest level since July 2010. The bond default has created downward mementum on prices,.. read more →

07 Feb 2014
February 7, 2014

Midwest Aluminum Premiums Set to Fall

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  • Aluminum

Midwest aluminum premiums could fall to as low as 10 cents per pound by this summer as current record-high premiums attract imports and threaten to splatter red ink on cash-and-carry deals, analysts said. The drop would be due, in part, to premiums that have skyrocketing to 20.75 cents per pound from 12 cents in a.. read more →

  • Aluminum

U.S. Midwest aluminum premiums have surged to more than 10-year highs, surpassing previous records set this past summer. AMM’s spot P1020 aluminum premium moved to a range of 15 to 16.5 cents per pound January 8, up from 11.5 to 12 cents per pound previously. Premiums had drifted to 9.5 to 10 cents per pound.. read more →