California (CA) Primary Metal Industries Companies

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S & H Tool & Die Inc
16732 W Bernardo Dr.
San Diego CA 92127
(858) 485-0160
Bestrop-Mc Carthy Casting
5225 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles CA 90036
(323) 936-3265
Major Brass Foundry Inc
16206 S Main St.
Gardena CA 90248
(310) 324-0177
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Kearney Pattern Works & Fndry
40 S Montgomery St.
San Jose CA 95110
(408) 293-7414
Burbank Steel Treating Inc in Burbank, CA
Burbank Steel Treating Inc
415 South Varney St.
Burbank CA 91502
(818) 842-0975

Burbank Steel Treating Inc is one of the of the most respected and successful metal heat treating service companies in the Southern California area.
Columbia Pacific Aluminum
1715 Beach Rd.
Watsonville CA 95076
(831) 724-2244
Spangler Communications
129 Avenida Princesa
San Clemente CA 92672
(949) 388-0078
City Steel Heat Treating Inc
8444 Secura Way
Santa Fe Springs CA 90670
(562) 789-7373
DCS Marketing Inc
24832 Wave Crest Ln.
Dana Point CA 92629
(949) 488-8131
Fresno Valves & Castings Inc
P.O. BOX 40
Selma CA 93662
(559) 834-2511
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