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U. S. Steel names VP of international trade and global public policy

October 9, 2014

United States Steel Corp., Pittsburgh, has appointed Debbie Leilani Shon to vice president - international trade and global public policy. Based in the company’s Washington, D.C., office, she is responsible for the company's international trade strategy, manages all trade enforcement actions, and...

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TimkenSteel to build $40 million facility in Ohio

October 9, 2014

North Canton, Ohio-based TimkenSteel, a provider of customized alloy steel products and services, has announced its decision to locate an advanced quench-and-temper facility in northeast Ohio. The $40 million facility, which will be fully operational within two years, will perform heat-treat...

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Beckwood Press to supply seven-press part forming package to aerospace industry supplier

October 9, 2014

Beckwood Press Co., St. Louis, has announced it will supply a seven-press part forming package to a U.S.-based manufacturer of aircraft structures, airframe assemblies, and aerospace MRO. The package comprises Triform sheet hydroforming presses, stretch forming machines, and hot joggle presses....

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Mayville Eng. Co. named one of Wisconsin's largest closely held companies

October 9, 2014

Mayville Eng. Co. Inc. (MEC), a provider of contract manufacturing, tube forming, metal fabrication, coatings, and assembly in Mayville, Wis., was recognized at the annual Wisconsin 75 event as being one of the largest closely held companies in the state. The company has manufacturing...

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PEP Technology names account representative

October 9, 2014

Irvine, Calif.-based PEP Technology, a developer of CAM software with job quoting and automatic nesting capabilities that interfaces to several ERP and CAD programs, has hired Matt Zdinak as an account representative for its ERP/CAD/CAM software division. He has more than 14 years of sales...

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Kloeckner Metals named exclusive distributor for Double Stone Steel

October 9, 2014

Kloeckner Metals, Roswell, Ga., has been named an exclusive distributor for Double Stone Steel, marketing PVD-coated stainless and aluminum sheet products. Under this agreement, Kloeckner also will market related fabrication services, antifingerprint and antimicrobial coating options, and stainless...

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GE Oil & Gas to build manufacturing plant in Florida

October 9, 2014

GE Oil & Gas has selected Jacksonville, Fla., for its advanced manufacturing facility for the design, engineering, and manufacturing of GE’s Mooney regulators and Becker control valves, among other oil and gas industry products. The 500,000-sq.-ft. plant will create 500 new jobs over the next...

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Bostik inaugurates R&D center in France

October 9, 2014

Bostik has opened an R&D center for adhesive materials in Venette, France. It focuses on upstream R&D to develop new polymers for smart adhesives, especially in polyurethanes, polyesters, and silyl-modified polymers; downstream R&D to develop adhesives based on two core Bostik technologies —...

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American Crane & Equipment hosts students on Manufacturing Day

October 9, 2014

American Crane & Equipment Corp., a manufacturer of overhead electric cranes and hoists in Douglassville, Pa., invited a group of 35 students from Exeter High School in Reading, Pa., to tour its facility on Manufacturing Day, Oct. 3. The high school has implemented a STEM-based program into its...

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The Aluminum Association announces award winners

October 9, 2014

The Aluminum Association, Arlington, Va., has announced that Mike Zoll, director of safety at Novelis, has received the Marlan Boultinghouse Award for industry leadership, and Dick Schultz, managing director at Ducker Worldwide, has received the newly created Chairman's Award, which recognizes a...

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Survey reveals manufacturers’ confidence in economy through 2014

October 8, 2014

Chicago-based Prime Advantage, a buying consortium for midsized manufacturers, has announced the findings of its 13th "Purchasing and Manufacturing Survey," revealing financial projections and top concerns of more than 700 U.S. industrial manufacturing companies. The results show continued optimism...

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Weldall Mfg. acquires Mutz Mfg.

October 8, 2014

Weldall Mfg. Inc., Waukesha, Wis., a producer of quality-critical, heavy welded and machined components, has announced the acquisition of the assets of Mutz Mfg., a subcontract metal fabrication company in Slinger, Wis. The Slinger facility now operates as Weldall Plant #3, retaining most if not...

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FMA seeks applications, nominations for Industry Award by Oct. 15

October 8, 2014

Fabricators & Manufacturers Association Intl. (FMA), Rockford, Ill., is seeking applicants for The FABRICATOR®'s Industry Award 2015 through Oct. 15, 2014. This award celebrates companies or individuals in the metal forming and fabricating industry that have successfully improved operations,...

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Stulz completes $5 million expansion in Maryland

October 8, 2014

Stulz Air Technology Systems has completed the first phase of a planned expansion in Frederick, Md. The company manufactures cooling systems for mission-critical applications and data centers, including a full line of precision air conditioners, outdoor air handlers, ultrasonic humidifiers, and...

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Siemens’ West Chicago plant hosts nearly 70 students on Manufacturing Day

October 8, 2014

On Friday, Oct. 3, Siemens hosted a Manufacturing Day event at its West Chicago plant, welcoming more than 70 middle and high school students, teachers, and parents from the greater Chicago area. After being greeted with refreshments and an overview of the event by Jayne Beck, a 33-year...

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