Introducing SCH Stahl Trade s.r.o.

SCH Stahl Trade, s.r.o., a company with the legal subjectivity of 100 % private capital, a company entered in the Commercial Register kept at the Regional Commercial Court in Prague on 15.10.1997, was founded as a German-Czech company (60 % German investment and 40 % Czech investment, registered capital of 2 000 000 CZK) on the basis of a general meeting held on 21.5.1997 and subsequent general meetings.

Basic information about SCH Stahl Trade, s.r.o.

Company Registration Number:   60932244
Tax Identification Number:CZ60932244
Company headquarters: Blériotova 1004/5, Kbely, 197 00 Praha 9, Czech Republic
Date of foundation: 24. 2. 1994
Legal form: Limited liability company (s.r.o.). The company is entered in the Commercial Register kept at the Municipal Court in Prague under Section C, Entry 47184.

Statutory body

CEO: Vladimir Živičnjak
Partners: Scholz Edelstahl GmbH, 73457 Essingen, SRN
Subject of business activity: The purchase of goods for their onward sale and sales, business activity in the sphere of handling waste.

The company has held a Quality Management Certificate in accordance with the requirements of EN ISO 9001:2008 standards since 1998 and has regularly passed verification audits carried out by RW TÜV.

The primary strategic aim of SCH Stahl Trade, s.r.o. is to supply:

A) billets, rolled bars and blocks:
  • of all types of steel (carbon steel, alloyed steel, anti-corrosive steel and tool steel);
  • of modified alloyed steel for the car industry (ZF
  • steel);
  • with all types of heat and surface treatment;
  • in line with special Western European standards (German, e.g. SEW, GSA etc.); .
  • with transportation to the customer (to the yard), including customs clearance for imports;
  • within the deadlines the customer requires (within 10 days, within 1 month, within 3 months) at prices that depend on the speed of delivery and the weight of the material ordered (up to 3 tons, up to 10 tons, up to 20 tons and over).
B) free and die forgings:
  • of all types of steel;
  • die forgings from 0.5 kg to 30 kg in weight;
  • free forgings of 80 kg to 1500 kg in weight;
  • all types and finishes (rotational, asymmetric shapes, etc.); .
  • with the use of different processing technology (drop hammer, presses, friction presses, upsetting machines);
  • with the assurance of all types of heat processing, including the assurance of mechanical treatment.