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HOLLOWAY AMERICA Expands Vessel-Fabrication Capacity With New Production Building

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This press release was originally published on PR Web.

HOLLOWAY AMERICA, a pressure vessel fabrication company serving clients in industries ranging from pharmaceutical to food and beverage, recently announced its acquisition of an additional 27,000 square foot facility located less than a mile from its existing headquarters in Springfield, Mo.

Due to its taller ceiling height, the new facility located at 1339 N. Cedarbrook Avenue will primarily be used to manufacture larger-scale equipment for a variety of industrial applications, including pharmaceutical tanks, food and beverage tanks, etc. In addition, the new facility is slated to house industrial manufacturing in a larger bay and expanded single-use equipment manufacturing in a series of smaller bays.

“This additional manufacturing and office space allows HOLLOWAY to broaden our footprint and expand our business model to better serve our customers,” said HOLLOWAY CEO Dave Simpson.

He continued, “It will also provide much-needed manufacturing space to accommodate a new product line we are about to release as well as the ability to manufacture larger equipment, such as atmospheric tanks, for various pharmaceutical and industrial applications. We also intend to expand our components offering and this will also provide a great venue for that growth.”

HOLLOWAY AMERICA provides pressure vessel fabrication services and stainless steel pressure vessels for a multitude of applications and industries, from pharmaceutical to chemical to food and beverage. HOLLOWAY AMERICA partners with associations representing the steel fabrication and engineering industries, including ASME and ISPE.

For more information about HOLLOWAY AMERICA’s large-scale fabrication capabilities, email info(at)hollowayamerica(dot)com or visit hollowayamerica(dot)com.

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