Neil Allen Industries, Inc. established in 1985 grew out of the need to provide custom occasional tables for the hospitality industry. Our highly skilled artisans, expertise and high tech machinery have allowed us to become exerts in custom metal work for contract environments. Neil Aberman, founder and president of Neil Allen Industries, earned his degree in finance but got his “real world” experience by working in and then running his father’s plastic injection molding company. This experience led him to understand the importance of the customer and providing service that exceeds their expectations.
Neil Allen was originally located in Miami, Fl. but relocated to our current location in High Point, N.C. to better serve our customers. Our location in the “heart of furniture manufacturing” country has allowed us to build an incredible team of talent for our growing business. This location allows Neil Allen to be incredibly responsive to our hospitality clients throughout the country.
Our offices and manufacturing facility has grown to 40,000 square feet with a separate 35,000 square foot finishing and packaging plant.
Neil Allen has assembled the finest metal fabrication equipment available at our state of the art U.S facility. Programmable laser guided sawing systems and robotic forming machines allow for precise manufacturing to your exact specifications. Production enabled Miller MIG and TIG welders allow flexibility for steel, stainless steel and aluminum fabrication. Richards computer controlled benders and Tauring ring rollers allow for an expansive range of bends, rings and scroll work pieces for our creations. Rotoblast metal preparation combined with electrostatic finishing and powder coating compliment the demands of our client base. This state of the art machinery is combined with our experienced and knowledgeable craftsmen who are committed to delivering your custom projects at the highest possible quality whether you need one or a thousand pieces.
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