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Forney Industries is one of America’s longest operating family-owned welding and metal working product companies. Headquartered in Fort Collins, Colo., the company was founded in 1932 and introduced the first publicly available arc welder in the 1940’s. Today, it offers more than 5,000 products for the automotive, hardware, farm and ranch, and do-it-yourself markets. Forney delivers products to al...
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