Weld Tech Announces Ownership Change - Engine Builder Magazine

Weld Tech Announces Ownership Change

Weld Tech has been a leader in providing C.N.C. Ported Cylinder Heads to the high performance motorsports industry for 25 years.

 

Debra Weld, President of Weld Tech a provider of C.N.C. ported cylinder heads, has entered into an agreement of sale with Chris Grace.

“Chris has been with Weld Tech for sixteen years, and we feel he is the one who can continue to operate business with the same quality and integrity that is synonymous with Weld Tech” said Weld. The day to day operations have been turned over to Chris Grace effective September 1st, 2013.

“Debra and Mary Weld gave me an opportunity sixteen years ago, and through all of our highs and lows there is a bond that cannot be broken. I have nothing but respect for the Weld family and appreciate their confidence in me. I look forward to providing our customers with the exacting quality the industry has come to expect from Weld Tech, and by introducing new products in the future.” said Grace.

By fielding customer phone calls over the past five years as well as overseeing the machining operations for the last ten years, Chris is ready for the next challenge.

Weld Tech (http://www.weldtech.com) has been a leader in providing C.N.C. ported cylinder heads to the high performance motorsports industry for 25 years. Weld Tech has aligned itself with world class port designers. They are contracted, for compensation, to develop a port shape designed to meet the needs of specific applications. The company specializes in reverse engineering of privately supplied port shapes and providing the utmost confidentiality of its customers’ port profiles.

Weld Tech is now Weld Tech, LLC and will remain at the current location in Brownsburg, IN, with no changes in its contact information.

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