Allstates Rigging Acquires KNM Machining to Provide Customers a ‘One-Stop Shop’ from Rigging to Custom Fab
TWO RIVERS, WI – February 28, 2019 – Allstates Rigging, specializing in the lifting and moving of heavy machinery and industrial plant relocations, has acquired KNM Machining and Industrial Maintenance. Providing a range of complementary and extended services in the industrial maintenance market, the Manitowoc-based KNM supports Allstates Rigging’s continued growth plans and positioning as a strategic partner to its customers.
The purchase of KNM will better serve the needs of Allstates Rigging’s customers by satisfying demand for outsourced maintenance and preventative maintenance programs. Committed to comprehensive customer support, a customer can make a single call for quotes encompassing the gamut from Trucking, Rigging, Millwrights, Forklift Service, Machining, Fabrication, Tool & Die Design, Repair, Sharpening, Waterjet Cutting, Wire EDM, and Blank & Draw Die Builds to 24/7 emergency breakdown service. This value-add as a full-service, turnkey contractor, establishes Allstates Rigging as the ‘One Call’ for our customers for all rigging, industrial maintenance, installation and custom fabrication needs.
“The long-term goal of the purchase is to solidify the future of Allstates Rigging while supplying first-rate, quality service to our customers,” commented Allstates Rigging CEO Samantha Grage. “Larger manufacturers in particular are often seeking outsourced maintenance for equipment, machinery, and tool & die repairs. Now, when it comes to machinery and equipment, whether it’s moved, fixed or installed, one call does it all. We are delighted to be a one-stop resource for our customers.”
A cutting-edge custom job shop, KNM has decades of experience rapidly responding to manufacturers in need of repair, rework, reverse engineering and full-service custom design and fabrication. Adept at problem-solving, KNM has a strong history of assisting manufacturers with a range of capabilities including Wire EDM for high tolerance tooling work with extreme accuracy, to vertical and horizontal CNC milling and turning, to fabrication and bending, to 3-axis custom waterjet.
The acquisition of KNM Machining is effective as of February 28, 2019.