Stiles Custom Metal workers weld custom door frames together and grind off excess metal at the Ceres warehouse Friday morning (12-06-13), helping to fulfill a lucrative international contract of 3,000 doors and frames for a new subway line in Hong Kong.  The contract is expected to keep employees at the Ceres metal shop busy for the next two years.
Stiles Custom Metal workers weld custom door frames together and grind off excess metal at the Ceres warehouse Friday morning (12-06-13), helping to fulfill a lucrative international contract of 3,000 doors and frames for a new subway line in Hong Kong. The contract is expected to keep employees at the Ceres metal shop busy for the next two years. efunez@modbee.com
Stiles Custom Metal workers weld custom door frames together and grind off excess metal at the Ceres warehouse Friday morning (12-06-13), helping to fulfill a lucrative international contract of 3,000 doors and frames for a new subway line in Hong Kong. The contract is expected to keep employees at the Ceres metal shop busy for the next two years. efunez@modbee.com

Ceres manufacturer lands $2M contract building doors, frames for Hong Kong subway extension

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