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Seneca Wire Fire 2 years, 3 months ago #113

Has anyone heard about Seneca Plant in Fostoria, Ohio and what they plan to do?

Re: Seneca Wire Fire 2 years, 3 months ago #114

Here is some information from the Wire Journal International:

Fire at Seneca Wire forces temporary closing

A July 24 fire in the oil-tempering department at Seneca Wire & Manufacturing Co.'s plant in Fostoria, Ohio, forced an evacuation of the facility as firefighters from seven towns responded to the blaze.

No injuries were reported from the fire, which was confined to the oil-tempering area and took on a Saturday during working hours, said a statement from the company at its website. It noted that partial operations would resume July 26 as the management and fire/insurance officials assessed the situation. No estimate was given as to when full production would resume. Seneca, a manufacturer of oil-tempered wire for mechanical spring and wire forming applications, has 140 employees at its Fostoria location.

Regards,
Marc Murray
Proj. Mgr., Technical Dept.
The Wire Associational International, Inc.

Re: Seneca Wire Fire 2 years, 3 months ago #115

Do you think they resume operations?

Re: Seneca Wire Fire 2 years, 3 months ago #116

Lucy,

There is more information on wirenet.org on the WJI current industry news section.

A July 24 fire in the oil-tempering department at Seneca Wire & Manufacturing Co.’s plant in Fostoria, Ohio, forced an evacuation of the facility as firefighters from seven towns were reported to have responded to the blaze.
No injuries were reported from the fire, which was confined to the oil-tempering area and took on a Saturday during working hours, said a statement from the company at its website. It noted that partial operations would resume July 26 as the management and fire/insurance officials assessed the situation. No estimate was given as to when full production would resume.
Seneca, a manufacturer of oil-tempered wire for mechanical spring and wire forming applications, has 140 employees at its Fostoria location.
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