Timken plans to invest $27 million in roller bearings plant expansion
Nov 07, 2005 | 08:20 AM
| Maria Guzzo
Timken Co., Canton, Ohio, is investing $27 million in one of its bearings plants to expand manufacturing of tapered roller bearings, principally for industrial applications.Michael C. Arnold, president of Timken's industrial group, said the Asheboro bearings plant in Randleman, N.C., already is one of Timken's most technologically advanced facilities. The plant, which opened in 1994, produces highly engineered tapered roller bearings used in....
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