Welcome to Fagersta Stainless
Your leading supplier of stainless wire rod and wire.
Our efforts are focused exclusively on stainless steel wire rod and wire. By close co-operation with customers and suppliers, we have reached a position as one of the world leaders in this field, known for high quality, reliable deliveries and personal and competent service.
Fagersta Stainless AB is owned jointly and equally by Outokumpu and Sandvik, two of the world's leading manufacturers of stainless steel. All our production takes place in Fagersta, Sweden, where our head office, wire rod mill and wire mill are situated.
Stainless Wire Rod - New sizes
Thanks to an investment in our rolling mill, the size range for production of stainless wire rod is increased. From the previous maximum diameter 15,5 mm, we are now able to make sizes up to 18 mm. As previously, wire rod from Fagersta Stainless can be delivered in different conditions according to actual customer requirement. Please contact our sales department or technical market support for more detailed information. Welcome with your inquiry!
Quick deliveries from our stock
In order to improve our customer service we have now published our general sales stock of wire and wire rod products on our website. You can now easily check availability of selected standard products. These items can usually be dispatched within a few days. The stock levels are updated automatically several times a day. You are welcome to contact our sales department for more information.
New metal coating line!
During summer 2009 FSAB installed a new production line for metal coated wire. Since many years, Fagersta Stainless is a leading supplier of copper coated wire to the fastener industry. The new investment is made in order to meet the high quality requirements from our customers. The copper coating in the new line started in September. To extend the range of possible applications for our metal coated wire, the new line is also designed for coating with nickel in parallel with copper. The nickel coating will be taken into use by the end of 2009.