Maine (ME) Industrial And Commercial Machinery And Computer Equipment Companies

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Strainrite
Filters Manufacturer
65 First Flight Drive
Auburn ME 04211
(207) 376-1600

For over 37 years, The Strainrite Companies has designed and manufactured an extensive selection of top quality filtration products, becoming an industry leader with a global presence.
Maine Water Works Supply Co
29 Industrial Dr.
Oakland ME 04963
(207) 465-2116
C G Turning
531 Pool St.
Biddeford ME 04005
(207) 282-0806
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Somatex Inc
Route 100
Pittsfield ME 04967
(207) 487-6141
Gem Machine Co Inc
P.O. BOX 218
Van Buren ME 04785
(207) 868-2606
MDI Tree Service
4 Village Park Rd.
Mt Desert ME 04660
(207) 244-9200
Sp C Precision Machining
288 Howe Rd.
Whitefield ME 04353
(207) 549-7232
Bar Mills Scale Model Works
Route 302
Raymond ME 04071
(207) 655-7074
D L Machine
7 Industrial Park Rd.
Skowhegan ME 04976
(207) 858-0200
Cuttings Enterprises Inc
46 Mill Ln.
York ME 03909
(207) 363-4936
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