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Glenro, TRCM Consolidate

March 10, 2005

Glenro, Paterson, NJ, and TRCM, Maysville, KY, have consolidated operations effective January 1, 2005, under the Glenro Inc. name. The Maysville, KY operations will now be known as TRCM Division of Glenro Inc. Since 1988 TRCM, a contract manufacturing company, has manufactured hot air dryers and thermal oxidizers that Glenro has sold, designed and engineered. More recently, TRCM has also been manufacturing Glenro flatbed laminating machines. Glenro has manufactured infrared heaters and ovens in New Jersey since 1958 and in Paterson since 1979. TRCM is now expanding and manufacturing some of Glenro's infrared heaters and ovens.

Glenro's engineering, lab, sales support, marketing, accounting and human resources will continue at the current location in Paterson where the company will continue to have a shop for fast turnaround on repairs for northeast and southeast customers and for building development infrared heaters.Glenro sales consultants will continue to work from regional sales offices.

The TRCM division of Glenro will also continue to provide contract manufacturing of metal fabrications and laser cut parts. The company operated for more than 100 years in Ripley, OH where it was known as The Ripley Corporation. TRCM also offers design capabilities to help customers who need engineering services as well as contract manufacturing services. A recent example of TRCM's success was designing and manufacturing stainless steel coal chutes to replace old tile lined coal chutes. The new chutes improved the flow of coal dust to lime purifying furnaces while reducing time consuming maintenance and fire hazards.
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