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AH Machine

Marathon, Wisconsin

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AH Machine is located in Marathon, Wisconsin, United States and specializes in manufacturing the following processes: Machining, Fabrication.

Square Deal Machining, Inc.

Marathon, New York

Square Deal Machining Inc. (SDMI) started as a one room machine shop in Marathon, NY and has since grown to a300,000 sq ft facility that provides full-service fabrication, machining and welding capabilities. SDMI was poised for growth when Joe Morgan purchased the company in 1998 and has since grown SDMI year after year. The success and expansion of SDMI can be attributed to a company wide ability to anticipate the needs of the industries they serve and rapidly respond to the demands of their customers. Centrally located in Upstate New York, SDMI is committed to sustaining its growth and better serving its customers by regularly investing in their customers and equipment. From training welding operators in-house and seeking out grants for education courses, to researching and purchasing the latest technologies, SDMI continually finds ways to make its operations run more efficiently. In recent years SDMI has invested heavily in implementing quick response manufacturing (QRM) initiatives. The manual and robotic welding cells the SDMI maintains have especially benefited from this strategy. Lean manufacturing also plays in integral role in the fabrication processes as every aspect of their services are constantly being internally audited for possible improvement. At the core of SDMI is carbon steel fabrication which is the best niche for the company's capabilities. There isn't much SDMI isn't able to perform in-house. That versatility is what continues to make SDMI a leader in full service machining, fabrication, welding, and assembly.

Kemex Inc.

Marathon, Wisconsin

Job Shop / Contract Manufacturer

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The company was started in 2000, and its primary strength is providing custom-engineered machinery and systems. With an average of 18 years of experience in engineering and fabrication, the company has successfully designed more than 30 custom machines and/or systems for industrial customers. Some examples of the machinery produced include: specialty conveyors, casting equipment, bulk material handling/feeding, heat transfer, chemical fluid transfer, mixing, and pressure boosting. A complete packaged piece of equipment is engineered, fabricated, wired, and tested in-house. Kemex, Inc. also offers drafting, engineering, shop fabrication, process piping, field installation, and automation/controls services as needed for customers not requiring a complete system.

The leadership of Kemex, Inc. believes in maintaining relationships with its customers and working with them on a continuing basis over a variety of projects. The company has performed work for a relatively small number of customers because a substantial amount of repeat contracts have been awarded. These customers are in the following industries: metal smelting/refining, automotive, chemical/waste/environmental processing, specialty/medical gases, dairy, and manufacturing. The

Kemex, Inc. employees have very high standards for their personal and job performance. Their integrity translates into quality workmanship at each step of the design and fabrication process. Great attention to detail, thoroughness, and independent checking are the guides. The company creates detailed shop drawings and work instructions and the design engineer directly over sees fabrication and testing. Welding processes meet the intent of AWS D1.1 or ASME as required. All mechanical testing is documented and often is video taped for customer observation upon request. Pressure testing of piping and systems is conducted to meet the intent of ASME as applicable and is documented.

Kemex, Inc. provides value to its customers by treating them fairly and striving to deliver the best design solution for their specific needs. The company works to achieve a balance of functional performance, reliability, maintenance simplicity, and economics in all of its machines. Customers work directly with the design engineer through the entire process to ensure that the scope and specification requirements are clearly established and understood. Because the company is small, it exercises its ability to be flexible and adapt to unique requests, for engineering, fabrication, and/or testing.

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