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StateLine Steel, LLC, relocates to Columbia, KY

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I've spent the greater part of the last six months pushing for economic growth here. I feel that we are on the right track and exciting things are on the horizon. It was time for me to stop talking about it and put my own money where my mouth is and move StateLine home to Adair County. There is no place I'd rather be.' SHANNON SEXTON.

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StateLine Steel, LLC is the newest addition to Columbia's business scene - located at 808 Jamestown Street, the company is a a full service steel distributor.

The company was founded in 2009 by Adair County resident Shannon (Bruce) Sexton and Boyle County resident Joshua (Jennifer) Tarter. Sexton and Tarter both have extensive backgrounds in the metal manufacturing industry.


StateLine's core business is securing carbon steel master coils from domestic steel mills. Those coils are then processed into slit coil or sheet products, depending on the customers requirements, and shipped to manufacturers all over the United States.

Stateline Steel ships to the East Coast and as far West as Utah.

Most steel travels via semi-truck; however rail service is used for larger orders moving longer distances.

Steel that passes through StateLine is most generally used by rollformers and fabricators - ending up in a variety of finished products in industries such as farm/ag, furniture, Recreational Vehicles and wind-energy, just to name a few.

Sexton was asked what sets StateLine apart from larger, more strategically located distributors, and she said that customer service is key. "We are about serving our customers and every customer is important, no matter how large or small. We have a way with customer service in the south, especially here in Kentucky, where we pride ourselves in the honesty and integrity that comes from our small town roots."

Why Columbia? Why Now? StateLine Steel, LLC was originally located in Russell Springs, KY. Sexton recently headed up the movement to legalize the sale of alcohol in Adair County as Chair for PAC - Progress in Adair County.

As a proponent of economic growth, Sexton stated "I've spent the greater part of the last six months pushing for economic growth here. I feel like we are on the right track and exciting things are on the horizon. It was time for me to stop talking about it and put my own money where my mouth is and move StateLine home to Adair County. There is no place I'd rather be." StateLine Steel, LLC is on the worldwide web at: StateLineSteel.com



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StateLine Steel, LLC re-locates to Columbia, KY



2016-05-23 - 808 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo StateLine Steel, LLC, photo.
StateLine Steel, LLC is the newest addition to Columbia's business scene - located at 808 Jamestown Street, the company is a a full service steel distributor.

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Staff photo, new Columbia business, StateLine Steel, LLC



2016-05-23 - 808 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo StateLine Steel, LLC, photo.
The staff of StateLine Steel, LLC, on May 23, 2016, are, from left, Jennifer Dawson - Accounts Manager; Shannon Sexton - Owner/CEO; and Jenny Brown - Sales Manager.

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