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Future Metals expands in Texas

Keywords: Tags  Future Metals, Marmon/Keystone, steel tubing, aluminum tubing, Wayne Farrar, distribution, sheet processing, Corinna Petry

CHICAGO — Future Metals LLC’s Texas branch has relocated to a larger space to meet current demand and prepare for future growth.

The company had been using two separate but adjacent spaces in Arlington, Texas, but has moved to a single facility spanning more than 38,000 square feet. The new facility, also in Arlington, will allow it to increase its cutting and sheet processing capabilities.

"By moving to a larger facility and expanding our processing capacities, we are strengthening our value proposition to targeted new and existing customers in the region," Arlington general manager Wayne Farrar said in a statement.

Tamarac, Fla.-based Future Metals, a division of Marmon/Keystone LLC., Butler, Pa., is a global supplier of aircraft tubing and metals products. The Texas plant services customers in 12 states throughout the Central Plains and Southwest.

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