Latest Video

Upcoming Events

Upcoming events for MetalForming Magazine!

Free E-Newsletters

Sent bi-weekly to inform you of happenings within the metalforming industry.

Start receiving newsletters and gain access to all content throughout the site.

GO

 

Hot Off the Press



SHARE:  

Metalforming Industry Movers & Shakers

Friday, October 20, 2017
 

Dengensha America, Bedford, OH, added Scott Kudlinski as Technical Service Engineer and Jeff Romito as Parts Business Specialist. Kudlinski is responsible for providing customers in the Southern territory with technical service and support for the company’s line of resistance welding equipment, and is working out of Dengensha America’s Cincinnati office. Romito is responsible for supporting customers in North America, Central America and Canada, and will work out of the Bedford office.

For more, visit www.dengensha.com.


Beckwood Relocates

Thursday, October 19, 2017
 
Beckwood Press Company, Fenton, MO, maker of custom hydraulic presses, automation systems, and the Triform line of precision forming equipment, has announced that it will transition its corporate headquarters to a 55,000-sq.-ft. state-of-the-art facility in the nearby and newly constructed Fenton Logistics Park. The building is scheduled for completion in June 2018 and will increase production capacity by nearly 30 percent. For more on Beckwood, visit www.beckwoodpress.com.

Miro Manufacturing Adds Fabrication and Assembly Center

Wednesday, October 18, 2017
 
Miro Manufacturing, Inc., Waukesha, WI, has acquired property and a facility located less than a mile from its main campus to serve as the company’s fabrication and assembly center. The addition provides the company with more than 60,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space. The company provides fabrication services that include laser and waterjet cutting, forming and welding, and assembly services that range from simple two-part sub-assemblies to complete product assembly. It also announced the addition of a Komatsu 330-ton servo press with a 36-in. coil-feed line. Miro’s presses range from 60 to 1000 tons.
For more about information about Miro, visit www.miromfg.com

 

Visit Our Sponsors