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VME hosting job fair July 19, adding up to 50 new employees

East Texas business VME is hosting a job fair July 19. East Texas business VME is hosting a job fair July 19.
From VME Fabricators:


TYLER, TX - VME Fabricators now has in excess of 50 employees and plans to double the number of employees, hiring an additional 50 by the end of 2014. The company is a new division of VME, an international business established in East Texas in 1985 to provide offshore oil and gas separation and processing products. VME Fabricators was founded to serve onshore production needs for customers in the U.S., providing module and pipe fabrication services. First orders are underway and will be shipped in August.

VME Fabricators is housed in the former Howe-Baker/CB&I Facility on Shiloh Rd, one half mile East of Troup Hwy. Since acquiring the facility last year, the company has invested over $3 million in the building, upgrades and equipment. The Tyler Economic Development Council has been instrumental in assisting with new business growth, helping VME continue it’s 29 year commitment to the East Texas and Tyler communities.

VME is holding a job fair at the facility on Saturday, July 19, from 2 - 5 pm and is hiring welders, fitters and helpers. Applications are being taken now and are online at vmefabricators.com or at the VME Fabricators’ office on Shiloh Rd.

For more, call (903) 561-4082 or come by the VME office at 3733 Shiloh Rd (1/2 mile east of Troup Hwy & WalMart)
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