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Alloy Engineering celebrates 75th anniversary

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World Fertilizer,

Alloy Engineering has been celebrating its 75th anniversary this year.

The company was founded in 1943 by Paul A. Menough in the attic of his Rocky River, Ohio, US, home. In 1947 the company moved to a manufacturing facility in Berea, Ohio and in 1957 moved to its present site on Thacker Street. During its 75-year history, Alloy has acquired several other Ohio-based companies and opened a second location in Wellington, Ohio.

With the development of new alloys in the industry, the company further expanded its skills and abilities, assuming responsibility for the management of entire complex fabricated alloy systems. With a global client base, Alloy partners with clients to achieve the lowest possible cost of fabrications maintenance and operations.

In 1974 it became the first company in Ohio – and one of the first in the country – to establish an ESOP. Alloy is now one of 300 companies headquartered in Ohio that offer employee ownership, a programme that provides a company's workforce with an ownership interest. In an ESOP, companies provide their employees with stock ownership, often at no upfront cost to the employees.

Products and Services

Alloy Engineering is a diverse fabricator specialising in high-temperature and corrosion-resistant alloys.

  • Design and fabrication of specialised equipment used in a variety of industries.
  • Aftermarket services to repair or improve OEM equipment.
  • Project management and custom design services for each unique application.

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