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HARRIS MANUFACTURING
 Missoula County Montana

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May 21, 2014:  Missoula County's manufacturing sector continues its resurgence with the announcement that Harris Manufacturing, a contract fabricator of custom steel industrial equipment, has chosen Bonner as the site for a new, 38,500-square-foot operation. ...(continue reading here).

May 25th, 2014:  BONNER – An Oregon manufacturing firm has broken ground on a new fabrication plant here and expects to open this fall, giving the company greater access to markets in the Midwest and Canada. ...(continue reading here).

May 27th, 2014: Earlier this year, Oregon-based Harris Thermal Transfer Products broke ground on a massive new fabrication facility near the old Stimson Lumber mill in Bonner. Once completed, general manager Eric Groenweghe says the 35,000-square-foot plant will hopefully allow Harris Thermal to expand its business to the eastern United States and make it more competitive with other pressure vessel and heat exchanger companies in Texas. ...(continue reading here).

August 13th, 2014: WEST RIVERSIDE – Construction of the lofty fabrication plant in the former log yard across the Blackfoot River from the Bonner mill site should be finished this fall.  If its builder and Missoula County have their ways, it won't sit lonely for long.

"Our plans are to subdivide, and we have multiple businesses interested in purchasing property there," said Eric Groenweghe, general manager of Harris Thermal Transfer Products in Newberg, Oregon. "That's kind of our goal, to try to bring other businesses in and have a little business park." ...(continue reading here).

Sept. 9th, 2014: BONNER - You may have heard of the megaloads that have come through Missoula, well the company that makes them is building a new plant in Bonner. (continue reading here).

Upcoming Trade Shows:
Come visit us at the Bakken Oil Products & Services Show, Williston, ND, October 8th & 9th, 2014, (Booth #24)

8129  Cowboy Trail  ●  Bonner, Montana  59823  ●  1-800-767-9507
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