Sabel Steel Celebrates 165 Years

Ahero, an organization in Shorter that provides services to veterans, is among those benefitting from Sabel Steel’s anniversary donations.

Montgomery-based Sabel Steel is celebrating its 165th year in business by donating $165,000 to local causes.

Recipients span the six regions where Sabel operates — Montgomery, Mobile, Dothan and Woodstock in Alabama plus Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Newnan, Georgia.

Sabel made donations to Brantwood Children’s Home, Ahero, Mercy House, National Alliance of Mental Illness, Montgomery Area Food Bank, United Ability, The Arc of Easter Elmore, Southern Alabama Child Advocacy Center, Wilmer Hall Children’s Home, PFK Foundation, STARC of Louisiana, Angel’s House and Bridging the Gap.

“Our customers and communities are the heart of our business,” says Sabel Steel President Keith Sabel. “To be afforded the opportunity to give back brings me great joy. I look forward to many more years of service alongside our team.”

Sabel, a member of the North American Steel Alliance, makes steel elements for a variety of heavy industry from oil and gas to marine, transportation and agricultural equipment; it supplies rebar for construction and other industries, wholesales items such as plumbing parts and operates scrap recycling facilities.

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