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The George Evans Corporation

The George Evans Corporation

The George Evans Corporation is a Moline, Illinois-based batch production and CNC machining company capable of fabrication in carbon steel, aluminum, stainless steel, copper, and brass in the form of sheet, bar, pipe, and light structural shapes.

The George Evans Corporation is a batch production and CNC machining company capable of fabrication in carbon steel, aluminum, stainless steel, copper, and brass in the form of sheet, bar, pipe, and light structural shapes. The company was founded in 1915, in Moline, Illinois, United States.

The company is primarily interested in manufacturing for a variety of sheet metal products, parts, and various cars. The company used to produce and distribute heating furnaces, paraffin pots, telephone junction boxes, telephone cord repair table, mesh mills, and Toroidal Reels. They continue to offer custom metal fabrication, manufacturing processes, quotations, on-site engineering staffing, computer tracking, and formal quality control processes.

Over the last 100 years, the company has made bed pans, bread pans, cookware, and parts for the M-18 HELLCAT motorized Tank Destroyer, during World War II. the company has made parts for car tractors, and combines. They do so through their services such as laser cutting, machining, metal pressing, welding, reels, and more.

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