Tennessee metal fabricator will work with manufacturers’ sales group to partner with OEMs in the Southeastern United States.
Online PR News – 08-February-2013 – Brentwood, TN – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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(BRENTWOOD, Tenn.) January 6, 2013 — Metal fabricator Mills Products has signed an agreement with sales group Blair Engineering, a leading sales representative of mechanical and electromechanical manufacturers in the South. Blair connects its clients with regional OEMs to meet new product requirements.
Blair Engineering will promote Mills’s hydroforming, roll forming and tubular stamping capabilities to potential partners in need of these services throughout the Southeastern United States, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Working with regional clients from its central headquarters in Brentwood, Tenn., Mills will be in a position to offer them on-site collaborative services, increased shipping speed, and reduced shipping costs.
“We’re delighted by this development,” says Darrell Adcock, president of Mills Products. “Blair Engineering really understands our business and will undoubtedly help us diversify our client base in the Southeast, expanding the impact of our advanced hydroforming, roll forming and tubular stamping capabilities in our home region. We’ve been wanting to do this for a long time and are eager to collaborate with more partners in Tennessee and adjoining states.”
Visit www.millsproducts.com to learn more about Mills Products and its hydroforming, roll forming and tubular stamping capabilities.
About Mills Products
Mills Products is a leader in the metal fabrication industry with a reputation for producing superior parts and making existing components stronger, lighter and more economical. A turnkey metal fabricator with facilities in the U.S. and Mexico, Mills offers hydroforming, tubular stamping, roll forming and finishing services. An industry leader since 1945, Mills Products was the first metal-forming manufacturer to utilize hydroforming technology. The company continues its legacy of creative innovation today from its headquarters in Brentwood, Tenn.