Domtar’s new sign inside its Ashdown Mill is both beautiful and charming. (Photo by FCM Products, Inc.)
FCM Products, Inc. doesn’t always build on a monumental scale. Sometimes, we craft custom objets d’art like this beautiful sign featured inside the main entrance of the Domtar Paper Mill in Ashdown, Ark.
For this project, we used 1 1/4-inch weathered oak for the canvas and built aluminum letters to showcase the client’s name, then surrounded the entire creation with a machined aluminum bar frame.
Always attentive to detail, FCM even gave this table a great pair of legs. (Photo by FCM Products, Inc.)
We also created the support beneath the table, which is made from 1/4-inch carbon steel plate. To give it a rustic look, we applied paint to give it a special antique finish which helps set off the room.
Are you interested in having us make something special for your business? Feel free to contact us and tell us about what you’ve got in mind. Remember, if you can dream it, we can build it!
FCM’s Safety Coordinator and Public Relations Director Manuela Santifer stands in front of the A Frame at Domtar. (Photo by FCM Products Inc.)
After nearly two years of planning, construction and lots of hard work, the A-1 fluff pulp line opens today at Domtar in Ashdown, Ark. As we mentioned in August, we’ve been very happy to play a part in making this dream a reality. Most recently, to commemorate the grand opening ceremony, the mill commissioned us with a new task, to engineer and build an A Frame to hold more than six tons of pulp. Continue reading
FCM built this drive shaft guard for the vacuum pump used on the A-1 fluff pulp project at Domtar Corporation’s Ashdown mill. (Photo by FCM Products Inc.)
Domtar’s Ashdown Mill has been up and running since 1968, manufacturing uncoated free sheet papers used in homes and offices around the world. But change is in the air, and FCM is delighted to have a part in revolutionizing the industry. Continue reading
We built this south and north separator water collection tank for Domtar’s new A1 fluff pulp project. The inside of the tank has three deep chambers and two shallow chambers, with a V-notch in each one. What made this extra difficult to build? Both tanks have to hold water! (Photo by FCM Products Inc.)
It seems like we’re always creating something new for paper mills, whether we’re restoring, replacing, or building new contraptions like this South and North Separator Water Collection Tank. Continue reading
FCM built this custom pit grill for a customer, featuring his name and an Arkansas Razorback in the side. (Photo by FCM Products, Inc.)
Cool nights are the perfect time to gather around a pit grill with friends and family, chatting, laughing, grilling tasty eats and enjoying the night air. So why not do it in style? Continue reading
FCM helps companies like International Paper replace old, rusty parts with brand new ones that are built to last. (Photos by FCM Products, Inc.)
From time to time, the equipment at paper mills sees so much wear and tear that companies simply have to replace old equipment with newer parts. That recently happened at International Paper in Mansfield, La. Continue reading
FCM Products does what others can’t. When Domtar had trouble finding someone to create this custom sign, we stepped up to the plate. (Photo by Manuela Santifer, FCM Products, Inc.)
Have you ever thought to yourself that your company’s name would look good in lights? Now just think how awesome it would look in light, glass and metal! That’s exactly what we accomplished when we built this custom back lit sign for Domtar in Ashdown, Ark. Continue reading
Celleco Platform (Photo by Pat Fink, FCM Products)
Do you ever stop to think about how the paper products you use every day are made? We do! Continue reading
We frequently hear that our clients are surprised to discover that we only make one type of product. But nothing could be farther from the truth! That’s why we created this brand new trailer to showcase just how diverse we are. Continue reading
The FCM crew installs ductwork at Domtar.
(Photo by Pat Fink, FCM Products)
Temperatures skyrocketed into the 100s recently, making this one of the most brutal summer seasons in recent memory. But FCM Products did its share to help employees at area businesses beat the heat. Continue reading