A local specialty steel mill that makes stainless steel contracted with The Rose Corporation to repair an AOD vessel. We originally manufactured this 50,000-lb. vessel in 1998, along with two other identical vessels. After years of using the AOD Vessel under extreme heat conditions, the center of the main body bulged out of round by as much as 3-inches, making it impossible to fit into the trunnion ring that supports it.
There are two primary differences that set the recent ductwork fabrication job apart from the typical projects manufactured at The Rose Corporation. It is the first job for which The Rose Corporation held primary responsibility for producing detailed, manufacturing drawings from customer-supplied general arrangement drawings.
Last week, we welcomed Deb Heffner, the Business Outreach Director of the Greater Reading Economic Partnership and Randy Peers, the
Mark Metals’ 2017 NASCAR SPRINT CUP RACING CALENDARS are hot off the presses and ready for display on your wall! Calendar include race dates, locations, times, channels and previous winners. There’s even a place to track this years’ winners for every race. Download your 8.5 x 11” print here or stop by to pick up your 11 x 17” color schedules at our Mark Metals Sales Office, 2100 Adams Street Reading. If we deliver to you, our awesome truck driver RJ has a supply and will be happy to share… just ask!
The Rose Corporation, 401 North Eighth Street, Reading, a privately owned contract manufacturing steel fabrication company, is pleased to announce that it has become a sister company to Abbott Furnace, St. Mary’s, Pennsylvania, effective December 1, 2016. Having been purchased by the same owner, Edmund Gaffney, of Haverford, PA, both Rose and Abbott will continue to operate independent of each other but joining capabilities to enhance offerings to their current customers and opportunities for the growth of both entities. The Rose Corporation, also doing business as Mark Metals, currently employs 52 and Abbott employs 70.
This article was originally published in a Sustainability publication by Berks Nature, the leading agent for the conservation of the environment in Berks County.
The Rose Corporations blast and paint facility recently refurbished this sign, pictured on historic Duryea Drive on Mount Penn in the city of Reading, PA. Charles Duryea was the engineer of the first-ever working American gasoline-powered automobile and co-founder of Duryea Motor Wagon Company.
In their never-ending search to improve efficiency and safety in the Assembly Department, two new Kaizens have recently been completed with the use of custom made fixturing.