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Cecil, PA, December 6, 2017 – MCC International, a subsidiary of Austria-based ESW, has added 10,000 square feet to its foundry building in Cecil, PA, near Pittsburgh. The company made the capital investment to meet growing demand worldwide for large bi-metallic spun cast sleeves used in metals production facilities. MCC’s new melting facilities feature a vertical spin caster that can produce bi-metallic spun cast sleeves in diameters up to 60 inches and in lengths up to 44 inches. The sleeves can weigh up to 13 tons.
McDonald, PA, August 9, 2016– U.S. Representative Tim Murphy visited MCC International, Inc.'s McDonald plant on August 9th. Congressman Murphy represents Pennsylvania's 18th district and is the chairman of the Congressional Steel Caucus. He toured the plant, observed our casting and machining processes in action and discussed the protection of U.S. jobs from Chinese steel dumping.
McDonald, PA, January 12, 2016– MCC International, a subsidiary of Austria-based ESW, has appointed Trevor Dunthorne to continue growing MCC’s technical and commercial capabilities from the company’s strong U.S. base. MCC’s centrifugal casting process provides a cost-effective method for manufacturing ferrous and non-ferrous rolling mill sleeves, bearing parts, bi-metallic gear blanks, bushings, nuts, valve bodies and more used in a wide range of applications, including steel mills, power transmission lines and elevators.
“I am pleased to have the opportunity to lead MCC,” says Mr. Dunthorne. “I look forward to helping the company build upon the success it has had domestically by directing the development of new products and markets in Europe, Latin America and Asia.”Read More »