The Valley Iron delivery fleet grows to 21 trucks in Fresno and 6 in Vacaville.
Valley Iron completes the expansion of their plate processing building, making room for more machines.
Valley Iron constructs 60,000 square feet of warehouse space for stainless and aluminum, with a new packaging and materials handling system. Named runner-up to the Family Business of the Year by the Institute of Family Business at Fresno State University.
Valley Iron expands into Northern California by opening a facility in Vacaville.
The business adds 16,500 square feet of facilities and new equipment to venture into plate processing.
The Briscoe’s move the business and expand to a 24-acre facility with 110,000 square feet of warehouse space.
Named Family Business of the Year plus the Small Family Business of the Year by the Institute of Family Business at Fresno State University.
A third warehouse is built to accommodate new stainless steel and aluminum product lines.
The distribution center adds a second warehouse for storage.
Valley Iron builds its first metal warehouse and office.
Jim and Lee Anne Briscoe purchase Valley Iron.
David Newman and Martin Richtel open a small operation to supply used steel to farmers and construction.