New Industries Expands Piping Fabrication Shop

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Friday, January 17, 2014
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New Industries, Inc. has announced the completion of the expansion of its Morgan City piping fabrication shop. The expansion adds an additional 10,000 square feet of useable space, two additional overhead cranes, and a new automatic Submerged Arc welding system. The piping fabrication shop is used for manufacturing subsea piping components and assemblies.

“The expansion of the pipe shop provides additional fabrication space and includes an indoor storage area for customer property and a climate-controlled storage for welding consumables,” stated Bill New, company President. “This new addition is a part of our ongoing commitment to increasing our capacity and efficiency in the fabrication of subsea equipment.”

The expansion doubles the company’s available capacity for piping fabrication and is the response of New Industries to a growing volume of customer orders for subsea piping components.

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