History

Established in 1967, WMP has grown with its customers. With that growth has come increased expertise, capabilities, and state-of-the-art equipment. A visit to the WMP facility yields a vast array of workstations, laser and water-jet cutters, perforation machinery, press breaks, welding essentials, and much more, all executed by trained and skilled personnel. Today’s companies need immediate solutions, and they look to WMP to answer those needs.

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Facility

WMP has improved its facilities over time, launching a massive full-scale upgrade in 2010, adding more than 15,000 square feet — this on the heels of an expansion in 2007. Additionally, individual work stations were centrally supplied with welding gasses, increasing productivity, speed and quality of the finished product. Today’s facility boasts a fully renovated main office as well as more than 100,000 square feet of shop space, with 26 feet under the hook, accommodating 30 tons or more. Customers can be assured that no job is too large, as WMP has the space and equipment necessary to complete the project.

Equipment

WMP houses various types of equipment throughout its facility. With state-of-the-art equipment, programming is conducted at the main hubs throughout WMP, and can also be done or edited from any machine terminal within the WMP facility, allowing for immediate, or even last-second changes. Because of this flexibility and technology, work can continue 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with or without personnel on-hand. The fully robotic equipment can also be programmed to perform non-stop, so regardless of customer tight timelines, WMP can meet the required demands. In order to continue to provide the best in quality products, equipment is constantly evaluated and updated as needed.

Pipe cutting portion of the Kinetic Plasma Cutter

Welding Machine Center

Trumpf Press Brake

Laser Cutter

Cranes

Trumpf Punch Machine

ABB Robotics

Flow Water-Jet Cutting Head

Kinetic Plasma & Mill Table

Careers

GMAW and GTAW Welders

  • Fabricates and assembles metal products and equipment
  • Use welders, cutters and other tools daily
  • Great deal of precision required
  • Ability to follow all necessary safety standards

General Shop Helper

  • Helps welders and fitters
  • Does grinding, preparing material, crating, packaging and other basic shop duties
  • Cleans workplaces using various tools, grinders and/or solutions
  • May move work in process or finished work