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SHEET METAL FABRICATORS
MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS
HVAC COMPONENTS
METAL ROOFING
ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT
MANUFACTURERS
APPLIANCE
TRANSPORTATION
AUTOMOTIVE
AEROSPACE
RENEWABLE ENERGY
STORAGE & LOGISTICS
STEEL FRAMING
CONSTRUCTION
FENESTRATION
OIL & GASES
MARKETS
PLASMA AND WATER
JET CUTTING
SPIRAL TUBE FORMING
RECTANGULAR DUCT
FABRICATING
ELBOW MACHINERY
PIPE ROLLING
FLEXIBLE FABRICATION
SYSTEMS
COIL METAL PROCESSING
MULTI-BLANKING LINES
CUT TO LENGTH LINES
MANUFACTURING RETROFITS
ROLL FORMING
TUBE MILLS
PRESS FEED
METAL STAMPING
ROTARY PUNCHING
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM INTEGRATION
PRODUCTS
1946
Founded:
1974
Acquired:
Leading manufacturer of coil handling equipment and systems serving the metal working industry.
Machinery Group
Companies

1950
Founded:
1996
Acquired:
A recognized presence in a world wide market in the areas of stamping and cut-to-length lines.
1946
Founded:
1996
Acquired:
Designs, manufactuers, and integrates tooling and machinery for custom roll forming and flexible fabrication systems and solutions.
1950
Founded:
1997
Acquired:
A leader in engineering and building of roll forming and stamping machines and special tooling.
1956
Founded:
2000
Acquired:
Designs and manufactures metal processing and metal forming equipment with cutting edge, patented technologies aimed at the metal building and metal processing industries.
1946
Founded:
2000
Acquired:
The world leader in the production of HVAC rollforming equipment and Vulcan plasma cutting systems.
1957
Founded:
2000
Acquired:
The worldwide leader in automated HVAC solutions: coil lines, duct fabrication systems, seam closers and corner inserters.
1910
Founded:
2001
Acquired:
A designer and builder of equipment, tooling and systems for metal forming, tube and pipe and heavy industrial material handling applications.
1949
Founded:
2003
Acquired:
Designs and bulids practical, cost-efficient sheet metal forming equipment for the HVAC and related coil processing industries.
2004
Founded:
2004
Acquired:
Provides innovative and dependable manufacturing equipment for the fenestration industry.
1921
Founded:
2005
Acquired:
A leading supplier of high quality roll forming machinery and tooling to the Automotive, Appliance, Building Products, Metal Service Center and Metal Processing Industries.
2007
Founded:
2012
Acquired:
Spiral fitting machine manufacturer, specializing in the service and sales of spiral tubeformers and related equipment, such as fitting and clinching machines.
1967
Founded:
2013
Acquired:
Unique hydraulic sheet metal bending brakes are regarded as an industry standard in HVAC and metal fabrication shops throughout North America
Group
Overview

ANNUAL SALES $60-70 MILLION USD
90%
10%
North America
Throughout the World
PERSONNEL
Design Engineers
310 Total Employes, including
32
Technical Sales & Application Engineers
22
Service and
Installation Technicians
25
COMPLETE INHOUSE CONCEPT, DESIGN, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING OF METAL FORMING AND FABRICATING EQUIPMENT
(2) Chicago, Illinois
(2) Cedar Rapids, Iowa
(1) Cleveland, Ohio
(1) Clinton, Maine
(1) Beijing, China
FACILITIES
7 FACILITIES
340,000 SQUARE FEET OF MANUFACTURING SPACE
FULL MANUFACTURING CAPABILITIES
Metal cutting
Fabricating
Assembly
30 CNC Lathe and Machining Centers
6 Multi-axis (5-axes or more) implemented in the last 5 years
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