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ATK to open aircraft part production facility in Utah

July 11, 2011

Alliant Techsystems Inc. (ATK) is nearing completion of its Aircraft Commercial Center of Excellence (ACCE) in Clearfield, Utah. The new facility will serve as the headquarters for ATK Aerospace Structures' commercial aircraft programs and will support the manufacturing of commercial aircraft...

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Sharpe Products to host open house

July 11, 2011

Sharpe Products will hold its first open house for customers, prospects, and vendors on Sept. 14 at its 52,000-sq.-ft. facility in New Berlin, Wis. The company provides custom pipe and tube bending services and manufactures and stocks architectural handrail fittings. Attendees will see tube and...

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Serapid hires engineering, manufacturing staff

July 11, 2011

p>Serapid Inc., a provider of lift and push/pull systems in Sterling Heights, Mich., hired three new employees for positions in engineering and manufacturing. Devin Badaczewski is a designer in the engineering department. He will complete his mechanical engineering degree at Kettering...

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ATI Industrial Automation schedules open house

July 11, 2011

ATI Industrial Automation, Apex, N.C., will host its 5th annual Open House and Technology Training Fair at the Detroit sales office in Orion Township, Mich., on Aug. 18. Discussions will detail the many new end-effector products the company has developed over the past year, along with its...

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DeVilbiss, Binks announce upcoming training programs

July 11, 2011

DeVilbiss, Binks has collaborated with Owens Community College to present two training programs in November at the college in Toledo, Ohio. The NESHAP Subpart HHHHHH “6H” half-day training program is scheduled for 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Nov. 8. It will include both classroom and hands-on...

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HGG launches 3-D profiling subsidiary in South Carolina

July 11, 2011

HGG, Middenmeer, Netherlands, a supplier of pipe cutting machines, robotic profile cutting lines, and associated cutting equipment, has opened a subsidiary in Charleston, S.C. The new location, HGG Profiling Equipment, offers CNC cutting machines; custom machinery; and associated equipment for...

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Mississippi Steel Processing opens new facility

July 11, 2011

Mississippi Steel Processing LLC's new flat-rolled toll processing operation, located on the campus of Severstal Steel Mill in Columbus, Miss., has begun full production. The company provides slitting, cut-to-length, storage, and logistics services for customers of Severstal, as well as service...

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Roll-Kraft announces additions to staff

July 11, 2011

Roll-Kraft, a producer of tube and pipe roll tooling and roll forming roll tooling in Mentor, Ohio, has made several staff appointments. Roderick Paris has been named account manager. He previously worked in sales, marketing, and management positions at Nuconsteel, Tyco Intl., Kroy Building...

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Mixed signals: Hiring rate declines in July; recruiting difficulty rises

July 11, 2011

Manufacturers and service-sector companies will add jobs at a lower rate in July compared with a year ago, yet HR professionals are still struggling to recruit workers for key positions, according to the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM) Leading Indicators of National Employment (LINE)...

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Metals industry faces major OSHA crackdown, veteran OSHA defense attorney warns

June 30, 2011

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is getting tough on hazards in the so-called primary metals industries, and this means just about any plant that extracts or refines metals like iron, lead, nickel or tin will face multiple OSHA inspections, wrote LeClairRyan attorney Joseph...

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Fronius announces plans for new U.S. headquarters in Portage, Ind.

June 30, 2011

Austria-based Fronius International GmbH, a developer and manufacturer of battery charging systems, welding technology, and solar electronics, has announced plans to launch its U.S. headquarters in Portage, Ind., in the third quarter of 2012. Indiana Governor Mitchell E. Daniels and Portage Mayor...

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Hypertherm named "Business of the Year" by Business NH Magazine

June 28, 2011

Hypertherm, a U.S.-based manufacturer of metal cutting products, has announced its selection as a 2011 Business of the Year by Business New Hampshire Magazine. The award recognizes businesses for outstanding business and civic contributions. One of nine New Hampshire businesses honored,...

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Marmon/Keystone expands Monterrey operation

June 27, 2011

Marmon/Keystone, Butler, Pa., has doubled the size of its Monterrey, Mexico, location to a total of 54,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space. The company also has added to the plan two cranes and a Hyd-Mech 20-in., automatic, high-speed band with miter cutting capabilities. The company, a wholesale...

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Endress+Hauser opens manufacturing plant in Indiana - TheFabricator.com

Endress+Hauser opens manufacturing plant in Indiana

June 27, 2011

Endress+Hauser has opened a new temperature instrument production facility in Greenwood, Ind. The 12,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing plant builds temperature sensors, thermowells, transmitters, recorders, flow computers, safety barriers, displays, and other instrumentation for customers in North and...

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Toyota Industrial Equipment Mfg. names new president

June 27, 2011

Toyota has announced that Toyota Industrial Equipment Mfg. Inc. (TIEM), Irvine, Calif., has named a new president. Toshiya Yamagishi is now president of TIEM, as well as president of Toyota Industries North America Inc.; vice chairman of Toyota Material Handling North America (TMHNA) of Columbus,...

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