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View the construction of the Lincoln Electric Welding Technology & Training Center, completed in January, 2018.


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Lincoln Electric celebrated the grand opening of its new Welding Technology & Training Center in Cleveland.


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27 July 2018

Lincoln Electric Promotes David J. Nangle to Executive Vice President

Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc., (the “Company”) (Nasdaq: LECO) announced today the promotion of David J. Nangle to Executive Vice President of Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc. effective July 19, 2018. This is in addition to his role as President of The Harris Products Group segment (“Harris”).    (more)
17 July 2018

Lincoln Electric Launches New VIKING® 3350 Series Helmet Graphic, Born To Weld™

Lincoln Electric is excited to announce the launch of a stylish new helmet in its VIKING 3350 Series named Born To Weld.  (more)
11 July 2018

Lincoln Electric Simplifies Fabrication with New POWER MIG® 260

Lincoln Electric® introduces the latest innovation in welding machinery – the POWER MIG® 260. Offering superior welding performance and a multitude of professional features, this product sets the standard for MIG and Flux-Cored welding in light industrial shop fabrication, maintenance and repair work. (more)
10 May 2018

Lincoln Electric’s New Mobiflex® 400-MS Mobile Welding Fume Extractor Offers Filtration On-The-Go

Lincoln Electric’s new Mobiflex® 400-MS is a self-cleaning welding fume extraction and filtration system designed to extend filter life and reduce maintenance for users. Ideal for smaller manufacturing facilities, this system provides light to medium duty welding fume extraction in variable locations. (more)
05 April 2018

Lincoln Electric Offers Workshops Exclusively for Welding Educators

Lincoln Electric understands that there is a science and an art to welding – and also in teaching students how to weld. That’s why the company holds exclusive educator workshops throughout the year. These four- to five-day seminars are geared toward instructors who want to take their welding education to the next level. (more)

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