Gauer’s adept background when dealing with custom fabricated products, has earned the company its prominent reputation in the industries Gauer serves. On a recent project, Gauer manufactured some of their traditional Flo-Rak carton flow shelving for a distributor. While the warehouse integration was being outfitted, there was a “hang up” issue with the transition between
Gauer’s Fabrication Department expanded its sandblasting capabilities, as a result, we accommodate products that fit in our 12′x17′x10′ booth. This booth will be used with a variety blast materials. The new service will go live in late January 2015 and now has an immediate backlog. Gauer’s mission to better serve existing customers is never ending.
The Machining Division added both heat treating and sand blasting capabilities to its “in house” services. Gauer does not have any plans on marketing these capabilities as individual services, however, it is often necessary to have these capabilities in this industry. Gauer has been outsourcing the heat treating of our parts for years and has