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TDM Moves to New, Larger Facility

Fri November 04, 2011 - Northeast Edition
Phil Cannon



Trask-Decrow Machinery (TDM), has moved to a new facility at 52 U.S. Route 1, Scarborough, Maine.

After purchasing the building this past spring, TDM had the building gutted to the bare walls and performed an extensive renovation including new roofs, HVAC, electrical, telecommunications, windows, interior walls, insulation and more. At approximately 25,000 sq. ft., the building is 20 percent larger than the total square footage of the old facilities combined, with a much larger shop, increased warehouse space for the company’s extensive inventory of new and used pumps and compressors, parts and accessories.

Also featured is an expanded customer service and parts area, expanded office and conference room/training center and a new climate controlled data center. There also is room at the new location for future expansion.

TDM serves customers in power, pulp and paper, marine, general manufacturing, snowmaking, pharmaceutical, water and wastewater industries. Currently the company has 36 employees with more hires planned.

TDM has a fleet of fully stocked company vehicles and service technicians.

For more information, call 800/287-1538 or visit www.trask-decrow.com.