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Performance Metals completes move to Caldwell Casting

Performance Metals Products, which manufactures Navalloy sacrificial anodes, has completed its transition of business operations to new owner Caldwell Casting, based in Cambridge, Md.

The company said the move was made gradually to avoid disrupting the supply chain. Barbara Andrew is the contact person for sales (

“This change represents a new focus on the Performance Metals brand, with plans for an expanded product range and dedicated resources supporting future growth,” Martin Wigg, Performance Metals Products president, said in a statement.

Caldwell Casting has manufactured die castings for more than 70 years. Navalloy anodes will continue to be made to the military specification MIL-DTL-24779B(SH).



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