About Us

Our Story

In 2007, the Stavig brothers acquired Myers Container and Container Management Services, the fourth generation of the family-owned business dating back to 1917.  General Steel Drum of Charlotte, North Carolina was acquired by the Stavigs in February of 2011 and continues to operate independently under its own name and entity.   The Stavig family’s formula for success is building a collection of brands by acquiring successful companies, enabling their current management teams to maintain their operating independence and thrive, and providing the knowledge, assistance and capital to execute on their growth plans.     www.myerscontainer.com     www.generalsteeldrum.com

From left to right: Dan Roth, Kyle Stavig, Christian Stavig, Cody Stavig

Mission

To be the preferred container supplier to our customers by providing the best quality, value and service while leading in sustainability and safety.

Our Philosophy and Values

Quality

You can count on General Steel Drum for top quality products and services. Our quality is embedded in our business practices based on lean manufacturing, standardization, and continuous improvement. Quality is not something we turn on and off for certification – our passion and attention to quality is what defines General Steel Drum.

Sustainability

General Steel Drum  believes in minimizing its environmental impact and developing a company culture that eliminates waste. Our vision is to be a zero discharge community participant.

Management Best Practices

The company is managed using our business system, based on industry-leading technology, human resources development, sustainability, and lean manufacturing. That means our products are delivered to you on time, with the highest quality assurance, and with a premium on customer service.

Myers Business System

Community Involvement

General Steel Drum is part of an active community of organizations working to create opportunity and sustainability. We work in conjunction with the following entities to benchmark and drive continuous improvement, utilizing best management practices (BMPs):

  • Industrial Steel Drum Institute (ISDI)
  • Fallen Heroes Fund
  • American Red Cross
  • University of North Carolina-Charlotte MECOP Engineering Internship Program

Fallen Heroes FundAmerican Red Cross