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Aluminum &#; Stainless Steel Distributor

Clinton Aluminum is the Midwest’s #1 supplier of aluminum and stainless steel plate products. With facilities in Ohio, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan, we are able to quickly fulfill orders and ship our products anywhere in the world, meeting your strict delivery deadlines.

Clinton Aluminum was the first stocking distributor of specialized aluminum mold plate and now we are the largest distributor of aluminum mold plate in North America. We have millions of pounds of aluminum plate, bar, rod, sheet, and structural shapes at our multiple processing facilities. Multiple plate saws in each facility help us process customer orders quickly and accurately, and the Clinton logistics team delivers daily to make sure your critical lead times can be met.

Why Choose Clinton Over Other Aluminum Suppliers?


The strength of most successful companies is their people and at Clinton, we know our entire team is our greatest asset. Our sales team members and warehouse managers average nearly 13 years of experience with Clinton. Not only does this provide us with terrific stability as a company, the combined knowledge base of the aluminum industry is a huge benefit to our customers.


As an aluminum distributor, we purchase our inventory direct from mills including Kaiser, Constellium, Aleris, Vista Metals, and Alpase. We are proud to be authorized distributors for these mills, and our long-term, steadily growing relationships bring our economy of scale to our customer base.


Additionally, we stock over 10 million pounds of aluminum, stainless steel, and other metals at our warehouses throughout the Midwest. With a greater variety of alloys in more stock sizes than our competition, we&#;re able to fill your order faster, right from our in-house inventory.

In cases where we&#;re out of stock on an item, we&#;re often able to source the product from our extensive supplier base and have it shipped to you quickly. Availability of a huge array of products is another advantage we have over many other aluminum suppliers.


When it comes to shipping, no one ships more aluminum plate throughout the United States and Canada than Clinton. Our in-house logistics team logs over 2 million miles per year, with a fantastic record of on-time deliveries and safety.  We also have logistics agreements in place for deliveries all over the world. In we shipped material to 27 countries.

For local shipments, even our sales team has gotten involved in delivering products. In short, it is a team effort around here and our mission is to get you the alloy you need in the fastest way possible and at the best price.


We save you time and money by providing materials which are closer to your finished size. We’re able to do this thanks to our diverse selection of processing equipment. We are committed to adding new equipment to our facilities on a regular basis. We don’t just provide metal, we work with you to identify the ideal metal for your exacting requirements.


“The Right Alloy for the Right Application” means Clinton Aluminum doesn’t just provide metal. We take pride in being a technical resource partner with our suppliers and customers. This means you are working with a distributor who helps you select the right alloy based on your specific product needs, even if it means recommending a product or alloy that we don’t carry.  This commitment to service, value, and education for our customers has helped our nearly 6, active customers add value at every point in their business model.

Aluminum continues to grow as an eco-friendly alternative to steel in a variety of industries, and here at Clinton, we will work with you to make sure your aluminum applications are successful. Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff is ready to provide you with the highest level of customer satisfaction.

Call us at to speak with one of our knowledgeable sales team or request a quote online!



Norton's bet buying parkland pays off

A bet in May to buy unwanted parkland from Summit Metro Parks is paying off in a big way for Norton.

City leaders borrowed about $, for the purchase, wagering that employers would want to buy parcels and build or relocate businesses to the acres.

They were right.

Last week, council gave its approval to the sale of one site that will bring a major employer with plans to construct the city&#x;s largest building.

They own the property [now], said Rob Fowler, city administrator. It&#x;s very significant.

Clinton Aluminum, which is relocating from its location in Clinton, expects to employ about people to start at a ,square-foot aluminum cutting and shaping facility at Fairland and Eastern roads.

The site will allow the company to expand employment and operations if needed.

This will be the biggest building in the city of Norton, Fowler said. They are trying to get building permits and get everything ready to start digging.

Fowler said he expects the facility to be built and operating by this time next year.

With the Clinton Aluminum purchase and three other parcels in the pipeline, the debt taken on by the city will be more than covered.

It&#x;s great for the city because we still have land to sell, Fowler said.

At the Oct. 28 meeting, Fowler told council about two purchases, one by Petit Auto Wash Equipment, a Norton company that has been seeking a place to expand. When a deal with a neighboring municipality fell through, Petit wanted to stay in Norton.

An archery ministry wants to buy a third parcel, which will not be developed, Fowler said.

In a phone interview, Fowler said he promised council when it bought the parkland in May that he would do everything in his power to eliminate the debt by the end of the year. With the upcoming purchases, he will exceed that goal.

I asked them to borrow the funds to do this endeavor, Fowler said. The three deals in the works take care of that, but Norton will continue to benefit from future parcel sales and the businesses they bring, he said.


Alan Ashworth can be reached at or emailed at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at @newsalanbeaconjournal.

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Former park land could lure businesses to Norton

Hours after Norton completed a land deal intended to lure new businesses, the city council agreed to sell a portion of the property to a company that's interested in building there.

On Thursday morning, the city completed the purchase &#x; approved by the council in May &#x; of about acres of former Summit Metro Parks land. That night, the Norton City Council OK'd an agreement to sell a chunk of the land to a manufacturer. The company, Clinton Aluminum Distribution Inc., is evaluating the site for a new facility.

The council voted to approve the land sale. If the deal goes through, the city would sell acres for about $,

Administrator Rob Fowler said the purchase of the former Summit Metro Parks land was completed after due diligence was conducted on the property and financing was finalized.

Fowler said some economic development funds were used to buy the property. According to public documents, the city borrowed about $, in a one-year, low-interest note to complete the $ million purchase.

The city plans to use the property for light industrial and manufacturing operations to shore up its business base. Before the deal with Summit Metro Parks, the city lacked a significant stock of attractive commercial property.

The company still has to conduct its own due diligence to decide if the property is appropriate for the facility it wants to build.

A Clinton Aluminum representative said this week the company would have no comment on the site or its plans. Further details on the possible purchase were not available.

Fowler also declined to comment on the company&#x;s interest or plans for the site, citing the sensitive and preliminary nature of the agreement.

According to the company&#x;s website, it is the largest supplier of aluminum and stainless steel plate products in the Midwest. It has facilities in Ohio, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan.

Regardless of the outcome of any deal with Clinton Aluminum, Fowler said that finishing the acquisition of the former park land was a milestone for the city&#x;s future economic development.

We think it will be an opportunity for us to control development in our community and encourage business to locate here, he said.


Alan Ashworth can be reached at or emailed at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at @newsalanbeaconjournal.


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