Midwest Tube Mills, Inc., founded in 1993, recently celebrated its 23rd year in the tube and pipe business. What began as a small 8,000 sq.ft. facility with 4 employees in Edinburgh, IN has grown to over 70 employees in 450,000 sq. ft. of space in Madison, IN.
MTM has become a leading manufacturer of high quality, fully-galvanized pipe and tubing products: from the MT Series of industrial/commercial grade products to the MTR line of tubing for use in residential applications. We offer both square and rectangular tubing for the ornamental and mechanical markets. Custom polyester and polyolefin color coating is offered in our complete line of MTC products.
But our commitment to our customers goes beyond providing high quality product. From the beginning, we’ve believed that it was important to become a valued partner that can provide solutions and help our customers build their business. It is our goal to deliver high quality product on time-every time with a level of service that exceeds our customers’ expectations.
We also know that companies are constantly facing new challenges and that the key to success in any business is to be able to offer innovative products and solutions that help them stay ahead of the competition. That’s why our in-house research and development program continues to work toward developing new products that increase the quality and durability of any galvanized product available in the market today.
Rick Russell, Midwest Tube Mills, Founder, President and CEO, also believes in being a good corporate citizen. “Madison has been good for our company and we look forward to growing our business here. That is why we feel it is important to give back to this community.”
“We are proud supporters of the Boy’s & Girl’s Club of Madison,” said Mr. Russell. "We have long supported many of the programs at the Club-from sports programs to after school tutoring and mentoring programs."
We have also helped to introduce an internet-based pilot learning program in our local high school that lets students study at their own pace. This allows students to hold part-time jobs while still going to school. The program has proven successful enough that it is now being implemented in the junior high school. Our hope is that these students will continue their education at the college level and return to the Madison area to live and work.”