SOO Tractor Moves Into The Future With New Division - RADIUS STEEL FABRICATION

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70 year old OEM Company expands into cross-industry steel fabrication by embracing diversification, flexibility and technology

Radius Steel

Well-known throughout the U.S. for its commitment to the manufacturing of quality agricultural machinery, SOO Tractor is pleased to announce its new division - Radius Steel Fabrication.

This division reflects SOO’s diversification into additional industries such as aviation, telecommunications, military/defense, aerospace, heavy equipment/construction, petroleum and other industries that are dependent on precisely engineered and manufactured steel products.
Radius Steel is dedicated to working with its partners to provide customized manufacturing solutions that combine the best of steel fabrication with the development and integration of innovative electronics and technologies in the manufacturing process to expand and bring its high-standards of steel fabrication to a wider range of industries.

Success happens when quality-driven companies partner together:

SOO Tractor is an established and leading steel fabrication company, headquartered in the United States, who produces exceptional products for a range of classic brands, amongst them, Massey Ferguson and AGCO. Established in 1941 and privately held by the current Chairman of the Board, Allen Mahaney, the Company has grown to be a key original equipment manufacturer to many different industries.

The Company is proud of a warranty rate of 6/10ths of 1 percent and is in the process of obtaining aviation and automotive certifications, in addition to the currently held ISO 9001:2008 certification.

“Made in the U.S.” makes smart business sense

“There is significant opportunity for Radius Steel to expand with the U.S. Manufacturing Revival,” said Mr. Mahaney. “Manufacturers like Radius Steel, with our depth of management talent - bolstered by new team additions - and our highly skilled manufacturing staff, are strategic to transforming the manufacturing industry as we know it. Looking forward, we will continue in our endeavor to develop, adopt and integrate the best of cutting-edge manufacturing technologies. We believe that manufacturing in the U.S. is becoming a sensible business decision for many companies which will give them a definite marketplace advantage. SOO Tractor/Radius Steel will play our part in both retaining and bringing jobs back to the United States and this in turn will help us and our partners meet the challenges that we face in the 21st Century.”

Radius Steel has already begun to reach out to strategically targeted industries that have complementary product needs. Along with industry and government leaders from across the Midwest, the Company recently attended the annual South Dakota Governor’s Economic Development Conference, where they participated in sessions addressing Creative Community and Workforce Development Trends around Regional Competitiveness, New Targeted Industries, New Initiatives and New Marketing Efforts for sustained growth.

As the industrial manufacturing industry across all verticals such as Aviation, Aerospace, Telecommunications, Heavy Equipment/Construction, Military/Defense, Transport, Oil and Petroleum, adapt their product requirements to best serve to needs of a changing world, Radius Steel is growing alongside them; ideally positioned to partner through innovation, the integration of steel, electronics and technology and heightened customer satisfaction and commercialization.

The Bottom Line: “We do what we know, we do what we say and we do it well”

SOO Tractor has been successful for over 70 years because the Company has realized the importance of flexibility and adapting to a changing world. SOO now expands that expertise as Radius Steel and boasts a highly-skilled technical and manufacturing team, which showcases the Company’s ability to meet the most demanding customers’ requirements.

At the heart of Radius Steel, its true success relies on the Mahaney’s motto, “Do what you say and do it well”. Reflecting that statement and propelling the Company and new division’s growth, are the recent key Senior Executive additions of Ida Covi and Shelly Mahaney.

With every project, Radius Steel develops and applies a customized plan of operation based on the most up-to-date manufacturing processes, integrated technologies and the highest grade of materials. Radius Steel’s production processes enables even the most challenging and complicated requirements to be met.

We look forward to the opportunity to listen to your industrial needs and of showing you what we can do for you.

About Radius Steel:

Radius Steel Fabrication is the newest division of SOO Tractor, an established and leading steel fabrication company in the United States producing exceptional products for a range of classic brands, amongst them, Massey Ferguson and AGCO.

SOO was established in 1941 to meet the needs of the agricultural machinery industry and has become renowned for the quality of its customized steel fabrication; setting new standards of environmental protection and exceeding the requirements of its clients and partners. We are proud of our ISO certifications and in the satisfaction of our customers....we have a warranty rate of 6/10th of 1%.

Radius Steel has evolved from SOO's tradition of excellence, to provide customized fabrication integrated with electronics and cutting-edge technology to an expanding range of industries amongst them, Telecommunications, Aviation, Military/Defense, Heavy Equipment/Construction, Aerospace and Oil and Gas.

For more than 70 years of service, SOO and now Radius Steel’s core values are strong: We believe in providing exceptional quality; we believe in the value of “American manufacturing”; we believe in being the best at what we do.

For more information about Radius Steel Fabrication and to learn what we can do for you, please visit:

Please Contact:

Radius Steel Fabrication
Ida Covi
icovi (at) radiussteel (dot)com

Anmore Media International
Anthony Dillistone
tony (at) anmoremedia (dot) com

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