About Us | American Tube

American Tube Manufacturing was founded in 1994 in Birmingham, Alabama and began production in the spring of 1905. Initially the Company operated one mill, but as demand grew, a second mill was added in 2004. In 2003, we relocated to our current facility northeast of downtown Birmingham, AL. In 2015 we expanded our building adding 27,000 square feet, bring our total warehouse and production space to 150,000 square feet. We also retired our original tube mill and replaced it with a new high speed mill and packaging line.

We are now stocking various sizes from 4x4 x .375 through 8x8 x .500. Download our flyer for more information

American Tube produces and offers square and rectangular tubing 1/2" square to 5" square, rectangle 1-1/2" x 1" to 6" x 4", 16 gauge (.065 nom) through 1/4" (.250 nom). Stocking lengths are 20', 24', 40' and 48'.

Pipe sizes offered range from 1/2" through 6" in sch 10, sch 40
also 1-1/4" through 4" in sch 80. Stocking lengths for pipe are 21' and 42'.

Round tube capabilities include all pipe size OD's and 1-1/2", 3", 4" and 5"; gauges from .120 nom to .313 nom.

Saw cutting available.

All products produced to ASTM Standard A513 or A500 Grades B/C.

Zekelman Industries

Zekelman Industries and its subsidiaries are the most trusted and comprehensive resources for structural and application-specific tubular steel products and solutions.

Founded as the John Maneely Company (JMC) in 1877, Zekelman Industries started as a distributor of pipe, values and fittings in Philadelphia, PA., growing into one of the largest independent steel pipe and tube distributors along the East Coast.

Today, Zekelman Industries is the largest independent manufacturer of tubular products in North America. We produce more than 2.5 million tons of tubular products a year through our 15 manufacturing facilities.

With a thorough understanding of our customer's businesses and markets, we enable wholesalers, distributors, fabricators, original equipment manufacturers, contractors and design/build engineering companies throughout North America to manage inventory, reduce supply chain costs and meet their customer's needs.