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MacLean-Fogg expands Mundelein facility

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Mundelein-based Maclean-Fogg Component Solutions has invested in new machining equipment that expands the Fastener Components division's manufacturing capabilities at the company's Mundelein facility.

"Our commitment to providing value-added, engineered, customer-focused solutions that leverage our material forming expertise and operational excellence is further demonstrated by our recent investments in state-of-the-art CNC and multi-spindle screw machines," said Duncan MacLean, president of Maclean-Fogg. "These investments expand MFCS's ability to provide technologically advanced fasteners and engineered component solutions to our customers in the following industries: automotive, heavy-duty truck and trailer, industrial engine, off highway, recreational vehicle, military, defense and industrial.

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"The new investments allow us to expand our product lines in valves, sleeves, fittings, pintles, shafts, small gears and fasteners," he added.

Maclean-Fogg Component Solutions is a supplier of fasteners, engineered components, and linkage and suspension products serving many diverse industries. MFCS is a division of the Maclean-Fogg Company, a worldwide enterprise with 31 facilities throughout North America, Europe and Asia.

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