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Ebco Industries

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Ebco Industries
Private company
Industry Metal Manufacturing
Founded 1956; 62 years ago (1956)
Headquarters Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
Key people
Richard Eppich (CEO)
Number of employees
300[citation needed]
Subsidiaries Advanced Cyclotron Systems
Website ebco.com

Ebco Industries is a custom-manufacturing company based in Richmond, British Columbia. Ebco was founded by Helmut and Hugo Eppich[1] in 1956 as a small Tool and Die shop, and it has subsequently expanded into a 300,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility for domestic and international markets providing:[2]

  • heavy machining,
  • heavy fabrication,
  • light precision machining & fabrication
  • precision sheet metal,
  • repair & refurbishing,
  • assembly & testing,
  • quality assurance & accreditations,
  • shipping capabilities,
  • hospital linen carts,
  • lightweight lids.

These markets include clean and traditional energy (hydro power generation and oil & gas) mining, pulp & paper, aerospace, military & defense, marine, and nuclear medicine. Ebco has one of the largest fabricating and machining facilities in western North America as well as some of the largest capacity machinery. The company has several divisions that contract manufactures heavy to light machined, fabricated and assembled equipment.

Advanced Cyclotron Systems is a subsidiary of Ebco.[3]

References and footnotes

  1. ^ from a Gottschee origin
  2. ^ "Company Profle". Aerospace and Defense. Industry Canada. Retrieved 2012-08-13.
  3. ^ "Vancouver could become the Silicon Valley of medical isotopes". Vancouver Sun. postmedia. Retrieved 2012-08-13.

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