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Mr. Terry DiTullio

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NorFab Metal and Machine
Phone: (705) ***-****  HQ Phone
NorFab Metal
7117 Highway 101 East
Porcupine , Ontario P0N 1C0

Company Description: NorFab, specialists in manufacture and repair for mining, forestry, and industrial industries, has two separate corporations - fabrication and field services -...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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NorFab | Contact Us [cached]
Terry DiTullio, General Manager:
Board and Staff :: Timmins Chamber of Commerce [cached]
Terry DiTullio Executive Norfab Metal and Machine
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Those who served on the board last year and have been voted to return on the 2011-12 board include Peter Murray, plant group manager of the northeast plant group, Ontario Power Generation; Claude J. Gagnon, owner of Claude J. Gagnon Professional Photography; Terry DiTullio, general manager, NorFab Metal and Machine; and Lorenzo Melchiorre, business process owner for Canadian operations, Xstrata Copper.
Terry DiTullio
Board and Staff :: Timmins Chamber of Commerce [cached]
Terry DiTullio Norfab Metal and Machine
NorFab | News Releases [cached]
Presenting the cheque on behalf of NorFab is Terry DiTullio and accepting the donation on behalf of the T&DH Foundation is Gabriel Provost, Campaign Co-Chair.
"This donation is being presented to the Foundation because of the important work they do for every person in the region," said Mr. DiTullio.
To Terry DiTullio and NorFab for your generous contribution of $3,000 towards this event.
NorFab's general manager Terry DiTullio says research and development is also helping the company and its customers overcome the unavoidable negative economic factors.
Terry DiTullio, owner of NorFab Metal and Machine, said the staffing problem is a particularly thorny one for suppliers, given the shared need for the same types of workers.
"Our best customers are our biggest competitors for skilled labour," he says.
Joining Cormier on the panel are Terry DiTullio of NorFab Metal and Machine, Peter Calbick of Golden Chalice and Thompson Hickey of Xstrata Copper.
"With the Pamour expansion, the highway was going to be re-routed close to our property and we were going to lose our highway frontage, which is something we didn't want to see happen," said Terry DiTullio, co-owner of NorFab.
"We're increasing our building size by 1,500 square feet, to a total of 25,000 square feet," said DiTullio.
He said that the two shops are jointly involved in many projects, so having everything under one roof should improve the operation's efficiency and help to reduce the company's heating bill.
"It takes time for an employee to get a piece of equipment on a forklift, put it on a palette and take it from one shop to the next. All that time adds up at the end of the year," said DiTullio.
Everywhere you look, contractors from Sudbury to North Bay are busy and a lot of that has to do with the increased price of gold," said DiTullio. "It's been a very good year for everybody and hopefully it continues."
NorFab was founded 12 years ago by DiTullio's father Walter and Don Katic.
Walter who entered the venture with about 40 years experience in the mining industry under his belt, is still involved with the company, but has since transferred much of his reigns of responsibility to his son Terry.
Since moving a few kilometers down Highway 101 into a new and expanded shop in December 2000, general manager Walter DiTullio says they "haven't looked back."
Though the bulk of their work revolves around custom equipment fabrication jobs for Kidd Creek, Kinross and Grant Forest Products, NorFab offers its own product line in shaft and underground hardware. The 25-employee outfit designs, builds and reconditions mining locomotives, personnel and utility carriers, ore cars, ballast cars and dump cars.
"We needed a bigger facility to try and widen our market with our product line," says DiTullio, who co-founded the company in 1993 with Katic, and launched the business in 1994.
"We've developed that over the years, and we want to keep expanding on that" by making export inroads into the states and abroad, says DiTullio.
"The mining industry has pretty well gone with open-pit mining, which requires very large-scale equipment," says DiTullio.
DiTullio, who is in his 60s, came into the venture with more than 40 years of mining experience in manufacturing and repair under his belt, while Katic, 30, graduated from Fanshawe College's mechanical engineering program and delved straight into business at NorFab.
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