Jun 25 2020
Fabrication Resources in the Midwest
When you think of the midwestern United States, a few things come to mind. A strong work ethic, great hospitality, and beautiful wide-open spaces. Of course being America's breadbasket is an important aspect, but the Midwest also plays a huge role in the country’s manufacturing industry.
Advantages of Swanton Welding’s New Press Brake
Aug 23 2018
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...
Swanton Welding Featured in Fulton County Video
Jun 22 2018
Swanton Welding's Main facility and Heavy Fab facility are located in Fulton County.
Swanton Welding Open House Feat. on WTOL
May 21 2018
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 Swanto...
Swanton Welding Open House
May 02 2018
Swanton Welding will host an open house and job fair on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 from 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Project Spotlight: Fulton County Hospital Office Addition
Apr 20 2018
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...
Swanton Welding's "School" Featured On 13abc
Mar 05 2018
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 ...
Swanton Welding is Hiring!
Feb 26 2018
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 weld...
Grand Opening of the N.D. Zeiter School Of Technology
Feb 12 2018
Swanton Welding is excited to announce their partnership with Swanton High School to open the N.D. Zeiter School of Technology.
Differences in Stitch Welding Versus Seam Welding
Jan 04 2018
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...