Lyall Opens New Wisconsin Factory
Now in its fourth decade of operation, Lyall just keeps getting better—and bigger. In November 2013, responding to current and expected demand for oil & gas production, midstream and transmission products, Lyall officially opened its new, larger manufacturing facility in New Berlin, Wisconsin.
Replacing the 50,000 sq. ft. facility that Lyall had operated in New Berlin since 1962, the 95,000 sq. ft. factory is equipped with the space, technology and skilled labor force necessary to take on the market’s growing demand for Lyall’s large fabrication products.
“I am extremely excited about the expansion of our capabilities through this new factory,” said Directory of Marketing Greg Hernandez. “Increased demand from our traditional natural gas utility market, combined with new demand from the oil & gas midstream markets for Lyall quality in larger fabricated products, resulted in a need for more space. This facility provides solutions on both fronts. It was also extremely important for us to remain in New Berlin to provide continued job security for our employees.”
The grand opening celebration included public tours and brought out some local political celebrities, including New Berlin mayor Dave Ament and New Berlin District 7 alderman John Fillar. On Wednesday evening, the factory hosted a reception for employees and their families featuring live music, hors d'oeuvres and entertainment.
“In the last year or so we’ve seen an immense amount of progress and expansion here in New Berlin […] and it’s thanks to quality organizations like Lyall,” said Mayor Dave Ament. “I was impressed with how clean and modern their manufacturing facility is.”
Combined with their 70,000 sq. ft. factory and headquarters in Corona, California, Lyall’s new facility gives the manufacturer a total of 200,000 sq. ft. of factory floor space.
Lyall supplies the North American oil & gas industry with dependable, highest quality components and large fabrication products. To find out how we can help you, click on over to our contact page and let’s get started.
Read the press release announcing our new Wisconsin factory opening at prweb.com.