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Newly formed company Veritas Steel announces purchase of PDM Bridge

5:36 PM, Nov. 6, 2013
PDM Bridge worker Bob Sternberg drills holes in a girder for bolts that will connect sections for a 520-foot bridge girder in this 2005 photo. Veritas Steel announced the purchase of PDM Bridge, which has a plant on Wausau's west side.
PDM Bridge worker Bob Sternberg drills holes in a girder for bolts that will connect sections for a 520-foot bridge girder in this 2005 photo. Veritas Steel announced the purchase of PDM Bridge, which has a plant on Wausau's west side.
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A newly formed company has purchased PDM Bridge, a steel-fabricator that produces steel components for large, complex bridges, located on Wausau's west side.

Veritas Steel said Wednesday morning that it bought PDM Bridge, which also has locations in Eau Claire and Palatka, Fla. Veritas Steel is a company of Atlas Holdings, an industrial holding company headquartered in Greenwich, Conn., according to a Veritas news release. Veritas will be based in Chicago.

Veritas plans to continue to operate PDM Bridge and does not plan to layoff any workers, said Dan Bank, spokesman for Atlas ...

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