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[Adv.] CBG Metal Disintegration and Stud Removal

by Jim Thompson

Ken Guthrie invited me to a major shutdown where CBG was removing some dryer studs. They have been working shutdowns on this site for several years--the mill likes them and they do a great job.

Just a couple of weeks before we went off to the mill, I had visited CBG's facility in Virginia Beach, Virginia and saw the preparation work they were doing for this outage. Now, I was able to see them in action on the site.

Ken Guthrie (left) and Jim Thompson
Ken Guthrie (left) and Jim Thompson

It was a beautiful morning in northern Minnesota as we met for breakfast before going into the mill. I arrived for the last day of the shutdown, so they had already been on site before I arrived.

This year's work was a lighter load than CBG had had in years past, but just as vital for the mill. It needed to be done on time and economically. CBG delivered as they always do.

If you think you are going to have even the slightest problem removing any bolts on your shutdown, I would recommend you call CBG at 757-465-0333 or visit their website at: http://cbgmaintenance.com/ .

They can be on standby, ready to go to work at a moment's notice for a small fee. They have worked all over the world and they keep getting called back to the same sites--so customers are obviously pleased with the results.

Now I have seen the results with my own two eyes and I can without reservation recommend them to you.

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