Satisfying Customers Since 1929
To provide our customers with machine repair and
rebuilding, steel fabrication and contract machine services that
meet and exceed industry standards. We will strive to meet our customer’s
needs in terms of reaction time and on-time delivery. A safe working
environment will be the focus on projects inside and outside of our
plant. Our employees will receive ongoing training in terms of safety
and technical aspects, safe guarding that their growth is in step
with that of the company’s. We will operate with the highest
level of efficiency ensuring profitability. We will aim to achieve
the highest level of potential growth in our industry. The level
of service we will provide will stand us apart from our competitors
as the industry leader.
On the surface, it may seem like Romeo Machine Shop
is an ordinary sort of business. After all, the types of work we
do are not that unusual..
Actually, nothing about our work is ordinary. Over
the years, we've earned the right to the tough jobs. Ones our competitors
can't do..the soon as possible jobs. Jobs that must be done
right. People depend on us to keep their businesses going.
The sophisticated machinery of today's complex industries
requires highly skilled service and repair to assure optimum performance
and minimum downtime. That's the type of service we deliver.
We understand that when a punch press needs a new
crank or an 8-foot diameter gear breaks, the resulting downtime can
be a killer - a profit killer. And Romeo Machine Shop has a solid
reputation going back to 1929 of putting critical pieces of industry
back into production - quickly and on budget.
We're justifiably proud of our reputation. Our customers
include some of the most demanding industries in the world..
Scrap Metal Processing
With regular clients such as these, they can't afford anything less
than our best.
Romeo has the tools, flexibility, expertise and people
to assure the best. The best quality. The best delivery. The best
effort. Every machine we repair, for example, meets or exceeds manufacturer
specifications. And perhaps as important, all the work we do in timed
to meet the customer's needs - not our convenience.
Often we face projects that demand some hard thinking.
Ordinary solutions aren't good enough. This is where the collective
experience of the people who are Romeo Machine Shop really pays off.
They have the experience - the hands-on experience - it takes
to find the best way to do the job to meet your needs.
If we wern't so sure of our workmanship, we coulndn't
make this guarantee: "If we don't do the work right, you
don't pay." That's confidence.
The work we do on the ladies of the lakes is some
of the most demanding work around. It uses all our skills of fabrication,
design, and machine repair. It's done in dead of winter.
The stakes are high because each day of lost shipping costs money..lot
The size of the ship repair projects we undertake
is virtually unlimited. We regularly do repairs to trunnions, unloading
booms, elevators and other ship "maintenance." We also
restore the massive hull damage that is caused by normal wear and
The patented Ro-Matt Air Clutch and Brake for industrial
presses is a direct result of our experience in all phases of machine
repair. We invented it and we feel it has some very important features..
Meets all federal safety standards.
Installed in weeks - not months.
Fast service when needed.
Available from 20 to 350 tons.
The Ro-Matt Air Clutch and Brake is an ideal way to
bring your equpment up to current safety standards. Give us a call.
You'll find the price, service and performance meets your standards.
One of the company's biggest customer's is pleased
by Romeo's growth. Frank Ciampini, corporate manufacturing manager
for Narmco, said Romeo provides the "turnkey" support he
needs. Ciampini says a company that can do it all - engineering design
through manufacturing and maintenance - makes life easier for firms
"A lot of people don't encompass all the disciplines
and it makes it difficult to monitor or control," (Ciampini)
Taken from the January 1998 edition of the Windsor