ESC has been serving various global industries over the last 30 years, providing high quality complete foundation, marine and structural solutions to ports, bridges, buildings and more. With strategically located manufacturing and engineering offices around the world, ESC is well positioned to provide an unparalleled combination of services and products.
ESC Group is proud to announce that it is now an affiliate company of Marubeni-Itochu Steel Inc. (MISI), Japan. MISI is one of the largest steel trading companies in Japan and in fact the world.
This joining of ESC and MISI firms up a 10+ year successful relationship of two like-minded and driven corporations.
ESC will continue to follow its path of engineering value added products and projects for the world with MISI’s worldwide network, logistics, finance, and human resources, now the scope that ESC will cover has increased significantly. This allows larger project volumes and values to be carried out.
The inception of ESC occurred over 30 years ago, where ESC developed its patented wide profile cold formed sheet pile. Since then it has grown to a global operation successfully selling a wide range of products and services to every continent in the world, including Antarctica.
Marubeni-Itochu Steel Inc. (MISI) was launched in October 2001, by ITOCHU Corporation and Marubeni Corporation merging their respective steel divisions and emerging on the scene as a pioneering business model: the industry’s first merger created by spinning off the steel business divisions of two major general trading companies. Over the years since, MISI has taken strong steps forward in its mission to create new value through the fusion of two different corporate cultures, all the while maintaining and expanding the inherent strengths of a general trading company.
MISI expertly mobilizes its worldwide network, effectively integrating information, logistics, finance, and human resources in mounting optimal responses to customers' business needs.