(Warren, OH)—CDH Custom Roll Form (CDH) announced that significant, additional manufacturing capacity is now online at its Warren, OH Facility due to a new line being installed.
The company was officially launched two years ago and opened its Warren office and manufacturing facility in March 2021. CDH manufactures component and custom products to meet the needs of a variety of customers in the large North American steel roll form products market. CDH’s Warren facility offers state-of-the-art roll-forming technology, as well as stamping and slitting capabilities.
Jack Pacalo, CDH Custom Roll Form President, said, “Since we first opened for business, demand and business has been strong, and it’s growing even more now. This added capacity is huge for us, and we are also planning future expansion for later this summer to ensure we are in an excellent position to achieve our future growth goals.”
CDH Custom Roll Form is a joint venture of U.S.-based ClarkDietrich and Hadley Group, a global organization headquartered in the U.K. The Company offers the largest engineering support group in the industry, state-of-the-art roll-forming technology, internal testing and laboratory facilities, and also in-house stamping and slitting capabilities. Another value-added offering is 3D printing and prototyping services to work with customers to develop new products.
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