George Evans took a bold step and made a very risky move at the age of 53, and invested most of his savings into the Evans Manufacturing Company in 1915. In 1926, the company incorporated and changed its name to The George Evans Corporation (GEC). The company serviced many local, regular customers, including Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, Deere & Company, International Harvester Company, and other smaller companies in the Moline, Illinois area.
As the company progressed, so did the product lines. Over the years, the company continued to add telephone and electrical cable manufacturers to its list of clients. The George Evans Corporation also designed and built the mesh mills necessary to produce the core material used in permanent mesh filter construction.
With over 100 years of service, George Evans continues to provide a variety of services by offering custom metal fabrication, manufacturing processes, timely quotations, on-site engineering staff, computer tracking of manufacturing costs and production status for each order, and a formal quality control process.
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