When you think of the dirty and mud-covered hills of the motocross sport, you can typically see riders competing and doing stunts wearing helmets. You may think that it’s only boys in this sport but there is a bright blonde ponytail under the helmet of one rider from Swanton.
Custom Fabrication and Welding News
Technology is forever changing and opening up new opportunities for Swanton Welding to bring new products and processes to our fabrication methods. This is evident in equipment we use in our main facility in Swanton, Ohio, our heavy fab facility in Wauseon, Ohio and in Griffin, Georgia.
Swanton Welding was featured in a segment on WTOL's Your Day at 9. Swanton Welding's Bill Zeiter and Jason Fagerman were interviewed by WTOL's Amanda Fey about Swanton Welding's Open House May 23rd at the Heavy Fab facility in Wauseon, Ohio. Both Bill and Jason have been with Swanton Welding for over 20 years.
They were on hand to discuss welding, fabrication, and career opportunities available at Swanton Welding's Main and Heavy Fabrication facilities in Ohio.
Swanton Welding will host an open house and job fair on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 from 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
What does it take to support a four-story medical office building?
It takes structural steel, and a supplier you can trust to deliver a quality product on time at a competitive price.
In early 2018, Swanton Welding partnered with Swanton Public Schools to offer an introduction to welding opportunity for Swanton High School students at the recently opened the N.D. Zeiter School of Technology.
Swanton Welding was featured in a segment on WTOL's Your Day at 9. Swanton Welding's Chuck Morgan and Bill Zeiter were interviewed by WTOL's Amanda Fey about the welding, fabrication, and career opportunities available at Swanton Welding's Main and Heavy Fabrication facilities in Ohio.
Swanton Welding is excited to announce their partnership with Swanton High School to open the N.D. Zeiter School of Technology.
A fabricated structural steel product is only as good as the weld that keeps it together. Not only is it important for an engineer to determine the proper weld to use, but also the welding technique to implement. That can be a little trickier.