Loos and Company has completed upgrades to its wire manufacturing operation with the installation of a third new, in-line, ultrasonic wire cleaner. The new equipment adds 24 additional lines of capacity to complete a wire mill expansion project which began in the spring of this year. “We’re very excited to have the additional capacity,” according to Wire Mill general manager Joe Stagon, ”We’ve been able to both improve product quality, increase output, and continue to support our expanding customer base.”
The additional capacity marks a continuance of planned upgrades that Loos & Company is making to its equipment and facilities. Following on the recent expansions of its medical wire drawing operation and wire mesh knitting capacity, the cleaning line upgrade will provide more throughput of upstream wire products into the company’s specialized product manufacturing divisions. “We have seen an increase in business across our entire product line over the last few months,” says Wire Mill Sales Manager Mike Fredrickson, “and our new equipment has allowed us to keep up with customer demands, in both quantity and quality.”
Loos is planning to make additional investments before the end of the year, focusing on the expansion of specialty wire drawing and coiling capacity for products destined for resource recovery and energy production. To learn more about Loos & Company’s recent investments and our wire product lines, please visit www.loosco.com, or contact Patrick Bagshaw via email firstname.lastname@example.org.