Anderson Steel equipment upgrade ahead, adding 50 more jobs in Great Falls
GREAT FALLS, Mont. — In 2002, Great Falls-based Anderson Steel bought a $900,000 beam line, automatic equipment that does drilling, sawing, punching, shearing and fabrication of structural steel.
That beam line is being replaced with $1.2 million of fabrication equipment, which will help increase productivity and efficiency.
The plan is to leverage that increased productivity to increase sales and boost Anderson Steel’s workforce by 15 personnel this year and a total of 50 over the next four years.
READ MORE at Great Falls Tribune by Jo Dee Black. Photo courtesy of Anderson Steel.