Atlas acquires Weldco product line

Atlas Manufacturing of Merville and Edmonton-based Weldco Companies announce the coming together of two great products under one roof.

As of July 1, Weldco Beales Casing Hammer Products and Atlas Manufacturing Casing Hammer Products will be built side by side at the Atlas facility. All future sales and customer support will be provided by Atlas.

The purchase agreement provides Atlas the rights to continue to build Weldco Beales Casing Hammer Products under this name. All sales orders will be conducted through the Atlas office and any inquiries made through Weldco will be forwarded to Atlas.

Weldco Companies will continue to operate as a premier manufacturer of heavy equipment attachments and truck mounted cranes, and Atlas Manufacturing will continue its focus to manufacture and support its newly expanded line of patented drilling equipment.

Atlas Manufacturing is a company in Merville.

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