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REILOY WESTLAND BREAKS GROUND ON NEW BUILDING
Reiloy Westland recently broke ground on a new building which is slated for completion in July 2015. We are very excited about the potential this new, modernized and ideally planned facility will offer every phase of our operation. The new building will be located in Maize, Kansas, only eight short miles from our present facility. We promise to keep you informed of the progress. Pictured during the groundbreaking ceremony are (left to right) David Harris, RelianzBank; Dave and Debbie Larson, Reiloy Westland; Clair Donnelly, City of Maize Mayor; Richard LaMunyon, City Administrator of Maize; and Bill Johnson, Evans Building Company.
NPE 2015 – FREE REGISTRATION
This link will take you to the NPE page where you can register to attend, compliments of Reiloy Westland: NPE Free Registration
It is not too early to begin planning your trip to Orlando, Florida next March 23rd through 27th! We invite you to visit us in booth #3543 where we will be displaying and discussing the latest in screw and barrel technology.
Precisely Engineered Screws and Barrels, Perfectly Built.
The right screw and barrel combination can make the difference between mediocre performance and high-profit productivity.
- Improve cycle times for specialized applications.
- Optimize performance in machines that need to run multiple plastic resins.
Reiloy Westland Corporation’s patented designs and commitment to excellence can help your company produce better products, more cost-effective processes and higher profits.
From custom designed injection molding screws to screws built for both extrusion and blow-molding processes, Reiloy Westland Corporation’s plastics processing screws have been helping our customers exceed expectations.
You need a screw and barrel manufacturer with the engineering expertise to find precisely the right set-up for your process. At Reiloy Westland Corporation, we work with you to evaluate your processing needs in order to recommend the best screw, barrel, or other component design for your particular application.