Uniweld Recovers From Fire, Builds New FL Facility

May 12, 2000
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The Uniweld team digs in at groudbreaking ceremonies for its new facility.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL — Recovering from a major fire at its Fort Lauderdale plant, Uniweld Products, Inc., has broken ground for a new facility.

The five-alarm blaze last September destroyed approximately one-third of the plant. Due to the efforts of the company’s principals and employees, it was able to continue manufacturing and delivering its products; in fact, the firm reports business has increased.

After ground clearing and planning, the company recently held groundbreaking ceremonies for a new, two-story facility to be erected on the site. Completion of the new building is expected by the end of this year.

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