Ind. steel castings producer adds machining capabilities
Feb 05, 2013 | 11:28 AM
| Corinna Petry
CHICAGO An Indiana steel castings producer is expanding its business with a new machining facility that will cater to both new and existing customers.
Attica-based Harrison Steel Castings Co. started out as National Car Coupler Co. about 100 years ago. Today, the company makes carbon and low-alloy steel castings for the construction, mining, and oil and gas industries, vice president and general manager Geoffrey Curtis told AMM.....
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