When it comes to all the things we use and come into contact every day, it’s likely that they’ve all passed through some type of machinery. From metal products and electronics to food and the products that consumers come into contact with every day, in some way they have all been shaped, formed, and molded by metal fabricating. For industries across the country-especially in this economic climate- quality metal fabricating can mean the difference between a good product and a waste of time and money.
According to Jack Gilchrist, president of Gilchrist Metal Fabricating Company in Hudson New Hampshire, every effort is made to “identify and understand what the customer needs, so we can meet or exceed those needs, that’s the value we provide when it comes to metal fabricating.” In this way, GMFCO offers its customers much more than what they expect. Gilchrist explains that his company not only provides “metal fabricating for just about any industry” but “energy efficient green business practices and state of the art technology,” as well as “all the resources customers need, and some they didn’t even know about.”
To illustrate the broad reach of metal fabricating, Gilchrist explains that GMFCO offers metal fabrications for architectural, commercial, industrial, marine, broadcasting, food processing and many other markets. However, he also demonstrates the wide scope of the trade by explaining that the company also performs metal fabricating for use in art, signs, and more.