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North American Millwright Services Expands in Inwood, West Virginia

North American Millwright Services, Inc. has expanded its operations with a new facility in Inwood, West Virginia.

“We are very pleased to announce the opening of our West Virginia facility,” said CFO/COO Jim Russell. “We look forward to being part of this community and the continued growth of North American Millwright Services. And, we offer a special thank you to Gov. Justice, the West Virginia Development Office, and the Martinsburg Chamber of Commerce.”

Founded in 1989, North American Millwright Services, Inc. has built a reputation as one of the region’s leading providers in machinery installation, rigging, welding, process piping, plant relocation, industrial maintenance, and equipment warehousing. NAMS’s services include; Machinery Rigging and Hauling, Industrial Maintenance, Welding and Piping, General Contracting, Plant Relocation and Warehousing, Plumbing, and Electrical.

According to Governor Jim Justice’s Office, the latest expansion comes on the heels of North American Millwright’s hyper growth over the last five years and with the addition of new manufacturing plants in the Martinsburg region.

“I am so proud to announce these new jobs, this expansion in our state, and the goodness this company is experiencing and blessing our people with,” said Governor Justice. “We welcome this wonderful announcement of 20 additional skilled, high-paying jobs that will service local manufacturers in the Mountain State.”

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