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Megatherm Induction opens Ohio facility

May 8, 2013

Megatherm Electronics Pvt. Ltd., a global induction heating equipment manufacturer, has opened a facility in Columbus, Ohio. The plant will house Megatherm USA Inc., providing sales, warehousing, testing, technical service, and spare parts inventory for induction heating power supplies, billet...

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Midwest Eng. Systems to offer welding systems

May 8, 2013

Midwest Eng. Systems Inc., a provider of custom machines and integrated systems in West Allis, Wis., has announced the expansion of technical expertise and automation systems for robotic arc welding systems and services. Terry Merrifield and Scott Cornelison, formerly of Beyond Automation Robotics...

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Michigan Mechanical changes name

May 8, 2013

Michigan Mechanical, Stevensville, Md., has changed its name to Michigan Mfg. Intl. (MMI). The company has launched a new website at www.michmfg.com to coincide with the new name. The company supplies manufactured-to-print assemblies and components to OEMs. Products include assemblies, castings,...

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Gemco Mfg. launches new website

May 8, 2013

Gemco Mfg. Corp., a precision metal stamping and wire forming manufacturer serving global customers in the automotive, consumer products, medical, electronics, aerospace, and telecommunications industries, has launched a new corporate website at www.gemcomfg.com. The company marks its 70th year in...

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Prolamsa Group to build pipe and tubular products mill in Texas

May 8, 2013

The Prolamsa Group has announced plans to build a $120 million pipe and tubular products facility in Bryan, Texas. The plant, which is expected to employ more than 285 people, will produce 300,000+ tons of ERW energy tubular products per year in diameters up to 16 in. with wall thicknesses up to...

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FABTECH sets its sights on India in 2014

May 7, 2013

FABTECH®, North America's largest metal forming, fabricating, welding, and finishing event, is expanding to the fast-growing industrial marketplace of India. The first FABTECH India exposition will be co-located with the Indian Institute of Welding's Weld India exposition from April 10-12, 2014,...

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General Electric opens plant in Alabama

May 7, 2013

General Electric has opened a 300,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing plant in Auburn, Ala. It produces parts for jet engines designed for commercial and military aircraft. The plant, which eventually will employ about 400 people, is expected to employ 50 people by the end of the year....

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Hobart Institute to expand welding training area - TheFabricator.com

Hobart Institute to expand welding training area

May 7, 2013

Driven by a demand for welding training and increasing enrollment, ground is being broken to enlarge the northeast area of the Hobart Institute of Welding Technology (HIWT), Troy, Ohio. The 6,360-sq.-ft. structure will house 50 to 60 additional arc welding booths equipped for all processes and a...

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Walter launches redesigned website

May 7, 2013

Walter USA LLC, Waukesha, Wis., has unveiled a redesigned website at www.walter-tools.com/us featuring more information and services. It embodies the company's integrated Toolshop rapid ordering system to help simplify and speed up ordering of the company’s cutting tools for milling, drilling,...

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Jeco Plastic Products marks 40 years in business

May 7, 2013

In 2013 Jeco Plastic Products celebrates 40 years of supplying high-strength pallets and containers to pressrooms. The company began as a supplier of pallets and rotational molding technology in 1973. It then extended its plastics expertise into the area of plastics thermoforming. Today the...

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LINE survey: Hiring activity to increase in services and manufacturing in May

May 2, 2013

In May the hiring rate will rise in the service and manufacturing sectors compared with a year ago, according to the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM) Leading Indicators of National Employment (LINE) survey for May 2013. In May, for the 10th consecutive month, HR professionals report...

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Future Products marks 50 years in business

May 1, 2013

Future Products, a manufacturer of precision die tooling and machined components, is celebrating its 50th year in business. Irvin F. Swider purchased the business in April 1963, initially manufacturing punch and die buttons. Originally an eight-man operation, the company quickly added staff and...

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Classen Mfg. closes its doors

May 1, 2013

Classen Mfg., a manufacturer of lawn care equipment in Norfolk, Neb., has closed. The 40-year-old business was part of the Schiller Grounds Care company. Schiller has consolidated its manufacturing at its plants in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania to reduce costs....

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Phillips & Johnston celebrates 50<sup>th</sup> anniversary - TheFabricator.com

Phillips & Johnston celebrates 50th anniversary

May 1, 2013

Phillips & Johnston Inc. marks 50 years in business this year. The manufacturer of specialty tubular products, located in Glen Ellyn, Ill., is a subsidiary of Webco Industries Inc. The company has grown from a two-person manufacturing sales organization to an 84-employee precision...

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Fives Bronx receives order for API pipe straightening equipment - TheFabricator.com

Fives Bronx receives order for API pipe straightening equipment

May 1, 2013

Fives Bronx, North Canton, Ohio, the global supplier of Bronx Taylor-Wilson finishing equipment and Abbey ERW pipe mills, has received an order for a Bronx series 6CR10 six-roll pipe straightening machine. The machine handles a variety of API grades with diameters from 4.5 to 10.75 in., up to...

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