News & Announcements
Farwest Adds LARGE Structural Laser
Farwest is excited to announce the February 2020 installation of our recently purchased Mazak Large Structural Laser! Farwest’s newest 3D structural laser can cut rounds up to 16″ and squares up to 11-13/16″ with a max wall of 3/4″. With a max in-feed and out-feed of 48′ and added drilling and tapping functions, Farwest can process almost any structural […]
Farwest Adds 8k Fiber Laser
Farwest is excited to announce the January 2020 installation of our recently purchased Mitsubishi EX-F80 fiber laser! Farwest’s new fiber laser provides laser tolerances at increased cutting speed on small and large parts ranging from thin sheet to thick 1″ plate. In addition, the multi-functional automation tower allows for loading, sorting and unloading of parts for lights out operation […]
Farwest Adds Larger Laser Capacity
Farwest is excited to announce the January 2019 installation of our recently purchased Tanaka LMRV plate laser! The newest flat laser addition to Farwest’s fleet of processing equipment will have a Cutting Envelope of 13’ x 89’! Farwest will be able to provide laser tolerances on long and wide parts including frame rails, side rails, marine projects, mast sections and […]
Farwest Rebar Division mentioned in The Columbian, March 2018
Farwest Steel’s Rebar Division mentioned in The Columbian.
Farwest Steel Expands in Moses Lake WA
Farwest Steel Corporation is pleased to announce our expansion into a new facility with additional steel processing capabilities in Moses Lake to better serve central and eastern Washington.
Farwest Steel Expands Plate Processing Capacity
With the acquisition of four new pieces of capital equipment, Farwest Steel is making a significant investment in increasing our plate and sheet processing capacity.
Vancouver Construction Video
Watch the time lapse video of the construction of our flagship facility in Vancouver Washington.
Modern Metals – Another Level
Published in Modern Metals, August 28th, 2012:
August 2012 – In the heart of the United States, 22 heavily loaded semitrucks embarked on their trek westward from Moundridge, Kan., to Vancouver, Wash. Inside each vehicle was a section of the massive piece of equipment needed to help Farwest Steel Corp. open its 330,000-square-foot coil distribution and processing site.