December 15, 2017

Continued Year Over Year Growth for Lindberg/MPH in 2017

Lindberg/MPH has experienced steady growth year after year and 2017 was no exception with another year of great performance. At the beginning of the year, Lindberg/MPH invested in the future by purchasing an Emrak Press Brake and Hydraulic Swing Beam Shear to maximize their production capabilities. These equipment investments were key resources as Lindberg/MPH experienced considerable increases in equipment sales.

Throughout the year, Lindberg/MPH shipped several integral quench furnace systems (IQ), box furnaces, pit furnaces (both nitriding and steam), along with several cyclone pit and cyclone box furnaces to a variety of industries such as automotive, foundry, marine, and mining. Not only has the heat treat side of the business grown significantly, the non-ferrous melting side of the business has also seen impressive gains this year. Light Industrial and laboratory furnaces continue on the growth path in the R&D and education markets. 2017 was a strong year for Lindberg/MPH and the growth trend is expected to continue in 2018.

"Lindberg/MPH has shown strong increases over the past couple years in both their heat treat furnace sales and non-ferrous melting equipment sales. Their strategic planning for future growth has laid the ground work for continuing this trend in the years to come." Dave Strand, CEO

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