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Apache Stainless Equipment Corp. Invests $1.5 Million To Expand Its Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, Plant

08/27/2013
Apache Stainless Equipment Corporation, a manufacturer of stainless and carbon steel, and other high alloy ASME atmospheric vessels, will invest $1.5 million to expand its Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, facility with the addition of new automated head making equipment.

“The new head making equipment allows us to expand our head making capacity,” says President Ed Paradowski, “customers will benefit from reduced time to delivery and also overall consistency.”

The company said the new equipment has capabilities for Apache Stainless to focus on dozens of combinations of head styles and bevel options. Its tanks, vessels and components, including heads, are ASME certified for the pharmaceutical, health and beauty, chemical, petroleum, pulp and paper, biotechnology and food and beverage industries.

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