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O.E. Meyer Co. Continues Expansion

O.E. Meyer Co. has recently acquired a facility and property in greater Columbus. This facility will serve as a warehouse, distribution center and retail store for both industrial and medical business units. We have been a supplier to Columbus for a number of years and look forward to continued growth in this crucial market.

Company Promotions

We are very excited to announce the latest promotions within the company.

Brian Belden has been promoted to the position of Chief Financial Officer of the O.E. Meyer Co. The board of directors unanimously voted Belden based on his previous position as Controller. Belden has been with the company over 10 years.

Cylinder Safety

High pressure cylinders come in a variety of pressure ratings and capacities. Each cylinder has a valve on top and a steel cap that screws over the valve to protect it from damage. Below is a list of general cylinder handling tips.

Updated Graphic Standards

In an effort to present a consistent image for the company, graphic standards have been created. Graphic standards are to assist everyone in the proper visual communication of the company logos. These rules apply to all using the O.E. Meyer Company logos, both internally and externally. If you are interested in using the logo please visit our graphic standards page

 

Lincoln Electric Students Visit O.E. Meyer Facilities

On July 2, Lincoln Electric sales and engineering students visited O.E. Meyer Co.’s Sandusky facility. The students toured our main demo room, service department, showroom, and cylinder filling plant.  The group spent the weekend working at the Norwalk Speedway and learning more about welding and careers in manufacturing.

Gases Filling Plant Updates

Enhanced automated fill controls were added to our gases filling plant this week. The update includes a state of the art gravimetric fill system that can sense and compute the weight of the cylinder contents during the fill process. The new controls also automate pre-fill procedures and monitor the cylinder pressure and temperature. This will provide a more accurate mix of gases and augment quality, efficiency, and productivity.

The Benefits of Cutting Machines

The accuracy and efficiency of burning machines has improved immensely over recent years. High definition plasma and CNC controls give anyone the ability to create close tolerance pieces. Older cutting machines with current technology can also provide these benefits and improve daily workflow.

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