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Custom Alloy in High Bridge again offers tours (US)

03-09-2013

Category : Actualités

 Custom Alloys

HIGH BRIDGE — Custom Alloy Corp. is again hosting a Community Day, with guided tours of its manufacturing facility here, this year on Saturday, Oct. 5. High Bridge has been home to Custom Alloy since 1982, but the Washington Avenue location was originally the site of Taylor-Wharton Iron and Steel Co. predecessor United Iron Works, which began operating a forge there in 1742. Custom Alloy is a leading manufacturer of specialty metals for fittings and forgings, predominantly for customers requiring time-critical maintenance or repair. It produces fittings and forgings for the natural gas pipeline, power generation, oil and gas refining and extraction, nuclear navy, and nuclear generation industries. Approximately 275 people work for the company with about 260 at the headquarters/manufacturing location in High Bridge. There’s a machine shop in Michigan, and sales offices in various places throughout the world, including Houston, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Denver, the U.K. and Singapore.  In 2011, High Bridge residents were invited to attend this event. Last year the invitation to the open house was extended to neighboring towns and brought a big response. “We had such a wonderful response from the communities that we are doing it again this year,” the company said. The tours will be held on Oct. 5 at 9 and 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and will last approximately 90 minutes. Adults and children 8 or older are welcome to attend. Space will be limited and people must register in advance. This is a limit on the number who can attend. To register go to customalloy.us/community

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