OMCO Adds Three Roll-Forming Lines, Triples Workforce in Talladega

OMCO, the largest manufacturer of custom roll-formed parts in the United States, has expanded its Talladega, Alabama, facility. Three new roll-forming lines have been installed at the plant, increasing OMCO’s corporate-wide capacity to over 50 active roll-forming mills. The facility was acquired along with the purchase of Weaver & Sons, Inc. in August 2014. Since the acquisition, the plant’s workforce has more than tripled.

OMCO, the largest manufacturer of custom roll-formed parts in the United States, has expanded its Talladega, Alabama, facility. Three new roll-forming lines have been installed at the plant, increasing OMCO’s corporate-wide capacity to over 50 active roll-forming mills. The facility was acquired along with the purchase of Weaver & Sons, Inc. in August 2014. Since the acquisition, the plant’s workforce has more than tripled.
 
In addition to custom roll-forming, OMCO/Weaver & Sons provides a broad array of metal fabrication services. It enjoys a strong reputation as a manufacturer of high quality precision sheet and plate metal components as well as a custom and contract metal fabricator. The facility manufactures complete fabricated assemblies under contract, including agricultural equipment, aircraft support equipment, and equipment for forestry, mining, foundries and other industrial applications. Services provided include welding, CNC punching, laser cutting, plasma/oxy-fuel burning, forming and rolling, and industrial painting.
 
Dyron Overton, General Manager of OMCO / Weaver & Sons stated, “As expected, our new ownership has helped produce rapid growth for our operation in Talladega as well as an enhanced range of services for our customers.”
 
 

 


 

 

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