The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO


May 2, 2013

Tulsa’s Taylor Forge builds new plant, adding jobs

TULSA, Okla. — Taylor Forge Engineered Systems is expanding its business in Tulsa and expects to add up to 100 employees at a new facility.

The company said Thursday it plans to build a new manufacturing center at Cherokee Industrial Park in north Tulsa. The plant will cater to the company’s expansion of its gas process and heat transfer business.

The company did not reveal how much it is spending but said it is applying for an incentive through the state’s Quality Jobs program.

Taylor Forge says it expects the new facility to be operating by September.

The company is based in Paola, Kan.


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