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Farwest Steel consolidates in Glenwood

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Monday, April 15, 2013

Eugene manufacturer Farwest Steel is consolidating its operations in Glenwood.

As Farwest has sold some of the buildings and moved out, several local companies have purchased them for their own growing operations.

Farwest ended up with a patchwork of properties after it acquired fabricators Ecklund Industries Inc. and All-American Fabricating Inc. in the mid-2000s.

Read more at The Register-Guard.

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