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Weeks Group, Diverse Services Group to bring joint venture to Connecticut

July 24, 2012

The Weeks Group and Diverse Services Group, two global steel building product companies, have announced plans to create Sustainable Building Systems LLC, to be located in North Haven, Conn. The 400,000-sq.-ft. facility is expected to employ more than 400 people within four years. The new company...

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Roll-Kraft installs measuring arm

July 24, 2012

Roll-Kraft has announced the addition of a Faro Edge measuring arm to the inspection area at its Mentor, Ohio, roll tooling manufacturing facility. Often customers need a new roll but have no prints or drawings to use for manufacturing. The measuring arm uses reverse engineering to analyze the...

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Job site releases list of top 10 states for manufacturing jobs

July 24, 2012

The job site americanmfgjobs.com has released a list of the top 10 states for manufacturing jobs on its site. Some of the most popular manufacturing jobs available are for assemblers, engineers, CNC specialists, and managers. The top 10 states are: California – 42,377 Texas – 32,386...

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Davi completes production of heaviest plate roll

July 24, 2012

Dallas-based Davi has manufactured and commissioned what it says is the heaviest four-roll machine ever built. The 13.12-ft. by 10-in. machine was dismantled and delivered to the customer via 17 trucks. It will be used for the production of heavy-duty vessels for the nuclear industry and offshore...

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Nippon Sharyo Mfg. opens facility in Illinois

July 24, 2012

Nippon Sharyo Mfg. LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nippon Sharyo U.S.A. Inc., has begun operations at its new passenger railcar production facility in Rochelle, Ill. The plant employs 140 workers currently. In 2013 the company plans to increase the workforce to nearly 300 when the in-house...

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Tsubaki to acquire the Mayfran Group

July 24, 2012

Tsubakimoto Chain Co., a manufacturer and developer of power transmission products in Osaka, Japan, has announced it will acquire Cleveland-based Mayfran Intl. and affiliated subsidiaries. Mayfran provides systems for scrap and coolant management and material handling, used in metalworking,...

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Central Steel expands plate inventory for Cincinnati district

July 23, 2012

Central Steel & Wire Co., Chicago, is expanding its inventory of 72-in. and wider A36 and ASTM A 572 Gr50 plate in the south region. This inventory will be stocked in Cincinnati and be available for next-day delivery in southern Ohio and Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, and West Virginia. Sizes...

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Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush makes stop at United Performance Metals

July 23, 2012

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush spent time with supporters of the Mitt Romney campaign during a stop at United Performance Metals, Hamilton, Ohio. The visit was considered a victory rally for restoring American manufacturing. Bush spoke to a group of more than 200 people, saluting the U.S....

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Lollis Metals expanding in South Carolina

July 19, 2012

Lollis Metals Inc., a metal fabrication and machine shop, has announced plans to expand its operations in Anderson, S.C. The expansion involves the addition of 80,000 sq. ft. of space to its current facility, as well as the acquisition of Temco of the Upstate Inc., also of Anderson. The $3 million...

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Online voting under way for Miller Electric welding hero competitors

July 19, 2012

Miller Electric Mfg. Co., Appleton, Wis., has announced that live, online voting for the Nominate a Hero promotion is under way at millerwelds.com/hero. The contest has garnered hundreds of nominees over the past year, which the company has narrowed down to the top 10. Website visitors now vote for...

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Marmon/Keystone holds supplier recognition day

July 19, 2012

Marmon/Keystone, a wholesale distributor of tubular products in Butler, Pa., recently hosted its annual Supplier Recognition Day, attended by more than 80 multinational supplier representatives from 47 qualifying companies. Perfect performance awards were presented to the five suppliers with the...

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Miller picks Pickwick as Arc Armor welder protection makeover winner

July 19, 2012

Miller Electric Mfg. Co., Appleton, Wis., has announced that Pickwick Mfg. Services, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is the winner of the FABTECH® Arc Armor® welding protection makeover. Pickwick received $15,000 worth of equipment, including CoolBand™ and CoolBelt™ welding heat stress-relief products,...

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Nissan Forklift adds senior manager of outside sales - TheFabricator.com

Nissan Forklift adds senior manager of outside sales

July 19, 2012

Material handling equipment-maker Nissan Forklift Corp., Marengo, Ill., has hired Charles VandenBosch as senior manager of outside sales. With seven years of dealer development experience, he is responsible for increasing equipment and parts sales, as well as the company's market share....

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Wallover Oil hires new salesman - TheFabricator.com

Wallover Oil hires new salesman

July 19, 2012

Wallover Oil Co., a manufacturer of metalworking fluids and industrial lubricants in Strongsville, Ohio, has added Jonathan LeGeune to its sales team. He is responsible for sales operations in eastern Tennessee, western Georgia, western Florida, Mississippi, and Alabama. LeGeune has 20 years of...

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Silent Drive selects Radius Steel Fabrication to manufacture lift axles

July 19, 2012

Radius Steel Fabrication, a division of SOO Tractor in Sioux City, Iowa, has entered into an agreement with Silent Drive Inc., Orange City, Iowa, to manufacture lift axle components. Silent Drive is a worldwide provider of lift axles, portable lifts, and portable surveillance platforms. Radius...

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