Galvanized steel coil (GI,FULL HARDGI)

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We specialize in manufacturing galvanized steel coil, galvalume steel coil, prepainted steel coil and galvanized corrugated sheets.

Nowadays our company has grown up to a collectivized company . We are grateful to the cooperation partner who`s grown with us all the way. We hope we could make more friends from all over the world. Under the joint efforts of both sides we believe that we will continue to achieve win-win results based on mutual trust and mutual support.

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Standard:
AISI,ASTM,GB,JIS
Grade:
Cold Rolled
Thickness:
0.13-0.80mm,0.13mm-0.80mm
Place of Origin:
Shandong China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
dbl
Model Number:
gi
Type:
Steel Coil
Technique:
Hot Rolled
Surface Treatment:
Galvanized
Application:
Material of PPGI,construction material.
Special Use:
High-strength Steel Plate
Width:
750-1250mm,700mm-1250mm
Length:
c
zinc weight:
40-150g/m2 Zinc-coating
Steel gardes:
SGCC, DX51D
Single weight:
3.0-6.0MT
Payment terms:
T/T or L/C
spangle:
mini ,regular or big
lead time:
30-60days
moq:
25mt



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