Crane Consolidates Two Business Units To Form Crane M i d w e st

Crane Company, Defense and Specialty Systems Group, St. Louis, Mo., recently announced the consolidation of two of its business units, Crane Midwest Fittings and Unidynamics/ Midwest, to form Crane Midwest.

Crane Midwest will continue to maintain the product lines of both business units and will position itself to continue to serve the oil and gas, power generation and shipbuilding industries.

Crane Midwest Fittings is the leading producer of special buttweld fittings and fabrications in carbonsteel, intermediate alloys, low temperature, hi-yield, stainless and inconel.

Crane has been a major supplier of critical welding fittings for the U.S. Navy Nuclear Propulsion Program. Crane fittings, produced under highly specialized manufacturing and quality assurance programs, are supplied for oil and gas transmission lines and high pressure power generating stations.

Unidynamics/Midwest designs and produces engineered systems and components for military and commercial markets. This unit is a major supplier of marine elevators, vertical package conveyors, bridge cranes, hoists, davits, winches, doors, closures and marine handling systems. Special commercial elevators are supplied to the power generation and TV/FM broadcasting industries.

For more information and free brochures outlining the full product line of Crane Midwest, C i r c l e 8 4 on Reader S e r v i c e Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 6,  Mar 1988

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