Nov. 11, 2015

Titanium Industries Opens Seattle Warehouse

Titanium Industries has opened a new service center in Seattle. The company has a five-year lease on a 10,000-square-foot distribution and first-stage processing facility to serve aerospace, industrial, medical, and oil and gas customers in the Northwest.

"The opening of our newest facility in the heart of the Pacific Northwest, headed by skilled multi-metals professional Brian Saks, is a big step forward for TI,” says Greg Himstead, vice president of sales and marketing.

The location will house two Amada saws to cut round and rectangular bars. Saks says TI has room to add more processing equipment should demand require it.

The location is Titanium Industries' sixth in the United States, with additional operations in Canada, the UK, Norway, India, China and Taiwan.
 

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