The Samuel Pressure Vessel Group (PVG) facility in Tomahawk is honored to host Democratic Senator Tammy Baldwin on Tuesday for a tour of the plant as well as discussions on topics such as research and development, innovation and attracting and retaining skilled workers.
Samuel PVG spokesperson Sachin Shivaram says Senator Baldwin has been a vocal supporter of the manufacturing sector in the state. “Senator Baldwin is a great advocate for protecting and growing manufacturing in our state. We are thrilled to have this opportunity to sit down with her and share some insights and opinions about how we do things and how government may be able to help,” Shivaram said.
Samuel PVG has been part of the manufacturing scene in Tomahawk since 1973. The plant produces pressure vessels that are used in the chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, water, food and paper industries.
The Tomahawk facility focuses on custom fabrication, with strict quality assurance and tailored customer service.
During her visit to the plant, Senator Baldwin will hold discussions with executives and have a tour of the facility meeting with some of the more than 100 workers employed at the Tomahawk location. Samuel PVG has a total of 500 employees in Wisconsin.
Shivaram says he’s particularly interested in ideas Senator Baldwin may have on developing apprenticeship programs that could benefit Samuel PVG as well as other similar small to medium manufacturing facilities in the state.
About Samuel PVG
Samuel Pressure Vessel Group, part of the family of Samuel companies, is a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of pressure vessel solutions. With a heritage that includes Steel Fab, Northland Stainless and Silvan Industries, Samuel PVG’s fabrication expertise is in high demand. Whether customers require a supply program for small standard vessels or they are looking for very large engineered-to-spec pressure vessels, the experienced team at Samuel PVG is ready to deliver. For more information, visit: www.samuelpvg.com