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New Look for Henning Industrial Software Site

Monday, November 10, 2003
 
Henning Industrial Software, Inc., Hudson, OH, has upgraded its website, www.henningsoftware.com, to provide improved customer communication and navigation. From the homepage, one click leads users to software updates, training offerings, and Annual User Conference information. Also only a click a is information on ERP systems and modules covering accounts receivable and payable, job estimating, costing accounting, payroll and general ledger. Also added are new case histories from numerous industrial applications.

Taylor Metal Products Has New Owners

Friday, November 07, 2003
 
Metal-roofing manufacturer Taylor Metal Products (TMP), Inc., Salem, OR, has been purchased by Pacific Northwest Capital, LLC. TMP offers patented standing-seam roofing and proprietary horizontally applied roofing. It also manufactures metal soffit panels, wall and facia panels and metal panels for radius roofing. It’s online at www.taylormetal.com.

New Annealing Line Will Produce Stainless Wire

Thursday, November 06, 2003
 
E.C.D. Inc., Hillside, NJ, is building a new strand annealing line for production of stainless-steel wire. In addition to wire, E.C.D. produces grades of stainless steel and carbon steel, sold in coil or bar form. The new system is expected to be in full operation by year’s end, capable of annealing and drawing 10 million lb. of stainless-steel wire annually. M+E Machine + Engineering, Dervio, Italy, is supplying takeups for the line while Serio Wire, Varedo, Italy, is supplying the electrolytic and ultrasonic cleaning line that will operate in tandem with the system’s strand anneal furnace. Also assisting, GMP of Slovakia, which is supplying spools for payoff into the annealing furnace, and Rose Corp., Reading, PA, which has consulted on design. For more, visit www.ecdwire.com.

 

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