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Holloway America plans to use its new building to produce larger scale equipment.
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Holloway America plans to use its new building to produce larger scale equipment.

Holloway America to expand with new building

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Last edited 9:46 a.m., May 29, 2020

Springfield-based Holloway America leased a building located less than a mile away from its headquarters in order to expand operations.

The stainless steel manufacturer plans to use the 27,000-square-foot building at 1339 N. Cedarbrook Ave. to build larger scale equipment, such as pharmaceutical and food and beverage tanks, according to a news release. The financial terms of the lease were undisclosed.

"This additional manufacturing and office space allows Holloway to broaden our footprint and expand our business model to better serve our customers," CEO Dave Simpson said in the release. "It will also provide much-needed manufacturing space to accommodate a new product line we are about to release.

"We also intend to expand our components offering and this will also provide a great venue for that growth."

At 720 N. Cedarbrook Ave., Holloway provides pressure vessel fabrication services and stainless steel pressure vessels, according to the release.

Holloway America ranked No. 17 this year on Springfield Business Journal’s list of the area’s largest manufacturing employers. The company reported 150 local manufacturing employees

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