Aug. 19, 2015
 
Marmon Expands Break Bulk Capacity in Ohio
 
Marmon/Keystone has expanded its national break bulk facility in North Central Ohio with the opening of two new facilities in Galion. The company maintains a 150,000-square-foot operation in Bucyrus.

The new buildings, located at 621 Buehler Street, total 70,000 square feet and house eight overhead cranes. Two cold saws with 6-inch OD capacities and two high-speed band saws that handle up to 10-inch and 22-inch OD also were added, along with new lighting and doors. Operations Manager Troy Ernsberger will oversee the new facilities, in addition to the Bucyrus location.

"The expansion allows us to offer more variety and larger quantities of products to our customers across the United States,” says Denny Derringer, vice president of quality and operations.

Marmon/Keystone’s break bulk facility in Bucyrus was established in 2005 to store large quantities of products purchased in bulk from mills. The material is either shipped directly to customers or dispersed to Marmon/Keystone’s 28 warehouses throughout the country.

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