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Inductotherm Group to Add Clinton Mac...

by tubelinks on 01/10/2013 - 06:05 pm
Tag: Press Release

Inductotherm Group, a multi-technology, global organization, serving the thermal processing industry, is pleased to announce the addition of Clinton Machine of Ovid, MI to the Inductotherm Group family.

 

 

“Clinton Machine brings with it years of experience in material handling equipment specifically in the bar, tube, heat treating, and other production machinery areas. “ said Gary Doyon, President/CEO of the Inductotherm Group. “We are excited with this expansion of the Inductotherm Group.” “Adding the specialized capabilities of Clinton Machine will provide additional value to our current clients and help the corporation to expand into new market ...

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TransCanada Plans $5.1 Billion Pipeli...

by tubelinks on 01/09/2013 - 06:32 pm
Tag: Projects

TransCanada Corp., builder of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, agreed to build and operate a C$5 billion ($5.1 billion) natural-gas conduit to Petroliam Nasional Bhd’s proposed export terminal in British Columbia.

 

 

The Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project has a proposed initial capacity of 2 billion cubic feet a day from the Montney region to the proposed liquefied natural gas terminal in Port Edward, British Columbia, TransCanada said today in a statement. The pipeline may begin operation in 2018, subject to government and corporate approvals.

 

 

Gas producers in British Columbia’s Montney Shale, far from North American population centers, are seekin ...

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Steel Tubing Company to Build Facilit...

by tubelinks on 01/07/2013 - 04:53 am
Tag: Press Release

Searing Industries, based in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., will construct a new 200,000-square-foot building in the Swan Ranch Rail Park. Workers there will make welded steel tubing.  The rail park, located southwest of Cheyenne and west of Interstate 25, is a Granite Peak Development industrial park.

 

The plant will have some of the latest equipment like a state-of-the-art tube mill. It converts raw steel material in coil form to round, square and rectangular tubing.  About 50 people will work there at first. A few key employees will come from the California operation, but the company plans to hire local people for jobs in maintenance, for the office and shipping areas, in for ...

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