BoltTech Mannings moving headquarters to North Versailles
By The The Tribune-Review
Published: Friday, July 3, 2009
BoltTech Mannings Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of industrial bolting tools and resistant and induction heating equipment, is moving its corporate headquarters to North Versailles.
The move from four buildings it now occupies in West Newton, Westmoreland County, is scheduled to be completed by Aug. 1.
BoltTech's 180 local employees will relocate into the new 71,502-square-foot, leased facility that will provide office and manufacturing space, said CEO Anthony Santilli. An additional 25 to 50 employees from two facilities in New Jersey also will relocate to the new building, he said.
The company, which also offers on-site service to power plants, petrochemical and manufacturing facilities, employs 400 nationally.
Santilli said the company will occupy the former Rexam/Precise Technology property at 501 Mosside Blvd., under a 10-year sublease, arranged by Kim Clackson, CB Richard Ellis senior vice president, with the assistance of Nicole Clackson, an associate.
BoltTech recently merged with Mannings USA Inc., of Dover, N.J.
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