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Introducing Online Invoice Payments to the Customer Portal

This new year begins with a much-anticipated new feature to the online Customer Portal from thyssenkrupp Materials NA for Copper and Brass Sales customers. Introducing one of our most highly requested features: the ability for customers to pay invoices online within the portal without having to contact anyone from within the business. Our goal is... Continue Reading →

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thyssenkrupp Materials Copper and Brass Sales is a leading supplier of red metals offering supply chain solutions that are customized to the exact needs of our diverse customer base.  We offer a large assortment of copper and copper alloy products that support critical performance applications in many industries. Today we would like to highlight some... Continue Reading →

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A Guide to the Aluminum Alloy Numbering System

Aluminum is the most abundant mineral on Earth after oxygen and silicon and is the second most used metal globally after iron. It is widely used due to many of its versatile properties. Several properties that are attractive to its users include: Light weight Corrosion resistance Tensile strength Heat capacity Electrical and thermal conductivity Infinitely... Continue Reading →

Women’s History Milestones in the 21st Century

Women’s History Month is a month-long celebration of trailblazing women and their contributions that have positively impacted history, our culture, and society. It first started as a week-long celebration in 1981 when President Jimmy Carter signed a proclamation declaring National Women’s History Week. Through various joint resolutions between the years 1981-1994, Congress officially designated the... Continue Reading →

Black History Month Employee Spotlight: Keith H

Copper and Brass Sales is celebrating Black History Month by shining a spotlight on some exceptional employees and sharing their inspiring journeys. Through these engaging interviews, three employees narrate the ups and downs they’ve experienced in their lives as well as how thyssenkrupp Materials NA became a fundamental part of their life journeys. Today, we... Continue Reading →

Black History Month Employee Spotlight: Latasha T.

Copper and Brass Sales is celebrating Black History Month by shining spotlights on a few exceptional employees and sharing their inspiring journeys. Through these engaging interviews, three acclaimed employees reveal the ups and downs throughout their lives, as well as how thyssenkrupp Materials NA became a fundamental part of their life’s journey. Today, we are... Continue Reading →

How to Celebrate and Honor Black History Month

Many people might think that Black History Month is observed to only recognize the significant contributions to our societies by African Americans in history, but it’s also important to take a moment to celebrate and honor the accomplishments within the Black community today. In this article, we share five ways to celebrate, explore and support... Continue Reading →

Black History Month Employee Spotlight: Howard S.

Copper and Brass Sales is celebrating Black History Month by shining a spotlight on some exceptional employees and sharing their inspiring journeys. Through these engaging interviews, three acclaimed employees narrate the ups and downs throughout their lives as well as how thyssenkrupp Materials NA became a fundamental part of their life journeys. Today, I would... Continue Reading →

15 Fun Ways to Explore Black History Month

Black History Month is observed in the United States and Canada during February each year. The observation of Black History Month started in the United States as a one-week celebration, known then as Negro History Week, led by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in 1926. Fast forward in 1976, President Gerald Ford officially designated the entire... Continue Reading →

A Brief History of Women in Leadership

As Women’s History Month comes to a close here in 2021, let’s celebrate women who have made an impact on our history, culture and society and recognize the efforts of those who challenged the status quo and didn't back down. In most cases, advances in freedoms and opportunities for women came after years of grass-roots... Continue Reading →

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