Metals Engineering, Inc. Launches Updated Website

Commercial Heat Treater Specializes in Quick Turnaround Times, High Quality

Green Bay, Wisconsin – Metals Engineering, Inc. has updated its website to provide visitors with a closer look at the industry-leading commercial heat treater’s capabilities.

The updated site, found at https://www.metalsengineering.net/, details many of the techniques Metals Engineering uses to enhance the performance and characteristics of steel, iron and other metals.

“The decision to invest in a renovated and updated website is part of our overall strategic plan to ensure our operations are on the leading edge of our industry,” said Ted Kemen, owner and CEO of Metals Engineering. “We wanted to put out a more attractive and accurate message to our potential customers.”

Metals Engineering is an ISO 9001:2008-certified commercial heat treater with facilities in Green Bay and De Pere, Wisconsin. The two plants provide the flexibility to offer some of the quickest turnaround times in the industry.

The company’s ability to heat and cool materials at specific rates and within tight tolerances enables it to consistently deliver exceptional quality for customers in a wide range of industries.

“In addition to our ability to meet demanding turnaround times, the manner in which we conduct business is our true differentiator,” Kemen said. “Our values focus on integrity, service, relationships and high-performance accountability.”

A History of Heat Treatment Excellence

Metals Engineering was founded in 1967 and purchased in 2001 by Tom Kemen. Significant investment into equipment and personnel set the company on a growth track that continued under Ted Kemen, who bought the company from his father in 2005.

The addition of new technology and additional equipment following the 2014 acquisition of Omega Metal Treating boosted the efficiency and capabilities of Metals Engineering’s De Pere facility.

For more information on Metals Engineering’s capabilities or to request a quote, go to https://www.metalsengineering.net/ or call 920-339-8590.