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By utilizing Westmor’s in-house engineering and design staff with their expertise and experience in the market, Westmor Industries has redesigned their bobtail piping to create leak-free connections. The new design uses flanged connections instead of [...]
By utilizing cutting-edge manufacturing technologies, expertise and experience in the market, Westmor Industries increased the size of the tank offered on a single-axle bobtail. The result? More gallons, more drops and much more profit – [...]
February 1, 2016 Westmor Industries, LLC. Purchased Advanced Tank Systems, Inc. Morris, MN — Westmor Industries, LLC, recently acquired Advanced Tank Systems, Inc. to create an extended network of fuel-handling products and services. Aside from [...]
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New Modules for Blueline® Bobtail Unveiled this Week at NPGA 2017 Expo
by Westmor Industries on April 20, 2017 at 6:43 pm
About a month ago we wrote a teaser post about our new bobtail modules. NPGA 2017 Expo is finally here and our three modules will be revealed this weekend at our booth—number #T-217. We hope you’ll stop by and see what all the excitement is about. We believe the added features will save you from The post New Modules for Blueline® Bobtail Unveiled this Week at NPGA 2017 Expo appeared first on Pipeline To Pump Talk. […]
Westmor is One of Nearly 600 Exhibitors at 2017 M-PACT Trade Show
by Westmor Industries on April 13, 2017 at 2:05 pm
After finishing up a fun and successful show at the 2017 WPMCA Convention this week, we’re headed to Indianapolis for next week’s M-PACT show. The show runs from Tuesday, April 18 through Thursday, April 20. This year’s M-PACT keynote features sisters Dominique Moceanu and Jen Bricker and their amazing story of Olympic success, separation, and The post Westmor is One of Nearly 600 Exhibitors at 2017 M-PACT Trade Show appeared first on Pipeline To Pump Talk. […]
In 1972, Morris, Minnesota-based Olson Blacksmith was bought by Robert and Larry Kleespie. The brothers performed small weld jobs and repair work for agricultural and petroleum equipment. The growing business soared in the 80’s despite the economic recession. By the end of 1984, the company reported $3 million in annual sales.
After 30 years in the business, founder Bob Kleespie retired and sold the company. The company reorganized as Westmor Industries, LLC. In 2008, Westmor was acquired by Superior Industries, Inc.
Today, Westmor Industries is made up of three divisions, Truck & Trailer, Fluid Solutions and Field Service that manufactures a full line of petroleum and liquid handling parts and equipment throughout 9 locations. Since 2007, annual sales have tripled and the company is on its way to becoming the largest fueling equipment supplier and service provider in the United States.
At Westmor Industries, our core values are the guiding principles behind the decisions our employees make every day. They do not change from situation to situation. Instead, our principles are the rock-solid foundation of our business and a road map to employee success.
We are a rigorously honest people. Said more simply: We do what we say we will do!
Work at Westmor
Westmor Industries is filled with hard-working, honest employees who thrive in a fast-growing and fun-loving culture. Rapid growth in the company means new jobs are posted often… really often! If you flourish in fast-paced, cheerful environments click the button below to learn more about our current job openings at Westmor Industries. Get to know us and you’ll want to join us!
Weld Training Center
In 2007, we established our own in-house, state-of-the-art welding training center to train both current and new employees in the latest welding technologies. To meet a growing demand for welders, employees have a unique opportunity to raise skill and compensation levels with a comprehensive focus on welding techniques such as gas metal arc, gas tungsten arc, flux cored arc, shielded metal arc, and shielded metal arc welding on pipe, using E6010 5P and E7018 electrodes.
Welding Methods Taught
- Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
- Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
- Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW)
- Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)
- Submerged Arc Welding (SAW)
- Destructive Weld Test
- Charpy V-Notch Impact Test
- Macro-Etch Test
- Radiographic Test
- Ultra Sonic Test