About Trinity Products Inc:
Trinity Products, Inc. was founded in 1979 in St. Charles, MO. The companys mission was to provide quality products and services to the construction industry, piling contractors, road boring contractors, utility contractors and the caisson industry..........Click here for full article.
Trinity Manufacturing Product Line:
*Custom Steel Fabrication build precisely to customer specifications
*Coating and coating capabilities
*Describe various coatings done in the past
*Coal tars (submerged and exposed)
*Aesthetic top coats
Free value engineering
Drafting and detailing
Full parametric 3D modeling services ensuring accurate connection points, consistent drawing views and money saving opportunities during field assembly process.
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Title: Trinity Products Welder
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Trinity plan focuses on line workers, equipment, management
In the aftermath of the financial crisis of 2008, Trinity Products devised a trinity of improvements: worker knowledge and skills, equipment upgrades, and managment training. Assisted by Lincoln Electric in selecting equipment and developing it training programs, the company doubled its throughput from 2,000 to 4,000 tons per month..................
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Strong customer focus and top quality products spur aggressive growth
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Hurricane Katrinas extensive destruction was blamed partly on hurricane surge protection or flood wall failures in New Orleans.
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