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1989 FIN – A&G Building Plant in Southern California

March 14
00:00 2014

January 31, 1989 FIN – A&G Engineering II Inc. has purchased 13 acres in Lake Elsinore, California, as a site for a new 60,000 sq ft. manufacturing facility.

The site is about 30 miles southeast of A&G’s 40,000 sq ft Anaheim facility.
A&G president Marvin Thomas told FIN the company expects to occupy the new facility in January 1990.
A&G Engineering currently manufactures alloy B-7 stud bolts and other cold headed bolts from 1/4 in. to 1 in. diameters in B-7, A490, A325 and C/Steel materials. The company also produces specialty cold headed fasteners and cold headed nuts in diameters 5/8 in. to 3/4 in. in grades 2H and C/Steel.
Thomas tells FIN that the company will install new machinery in the new plant to expand its volume production of B-7 stud bolts, as well as increasing production of its other lines of cold headed fasteners.
A&G Engineering II, founded in 1972 by Thomas, currently employs 50 people. The company expects to employ 70 when the news facility is operational.
Other key management people are Evelyn Thomas, secretary, treasurer and chairman;  Clarence Murphy, vice president sales; John Thalasinos, vice president operations; and Elaine Lacombe, comptroller.
A&G is located at 4640 E. LaPalma Ave., Anaheim, CA 92807. Tel: (800) 242-6587. Fax (714) 779-2245. ©1989/2014 Fastener Industry News.
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