Borey and Sons, Inc. began with a Rail Saw System that lasted 90 days. They purchased an entry level bridge saw and after a matter of months, the partnership between Park Industries and Borey and Sons began with the purchase of a Pro-Edge Line Polisher. After meeting their lofty goal for 2016, their first thought was that they could not keep a pace like that up. The time it takes to cut sink holes and give projects an artistic flair was creating a bottleneck with their saw.
On August 24th, Metal fabricators from Minnesota and the surrounding area streamed into Park Industries’ facility buzzing with excitement. These fabricators were ready to meet the new plasma, including the KANO HD CNC Plasma Machine and XPR300 Plasma System.
Jonathan White, owner of Paul G. White, has always wanted to work in the family business. He was born into it and he loves it. In 1970, his mother and father started the business in Portland. They began in ceramic tile, expanded into flooring, and in the early 90s they entered the stone business. They are a company that strives to foster relationships and Park Industries has been a partner of Paul G. White’s from the start.
Frank and Carmela Pantano opened up Frank’s Marble & Granite in 1972. They began in ceramic tile and marble fireplaces, and they slowly made their way into countertops. Fabrication was done by hand with a tile saw until Frank created his own makeshift saws that resembled rail saws. Growing up in the business, their son Carmine Pantano now owns and operates the business.
Learn everything you need to know for the upcoming Plasma Event at Park Industries on August 24th with Hypertherm.