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April 01, 2015 5:38 PM ET


Company Overview of Manchester Tank & Equipment Co.

Company Overview

Manchester Tank & Equipment Co. manufactures pressure vessels for the containment of propane, compressed air, and chemicals in the United States, Canada, Australia, Chile, New Zealand, and the Pacific Rim. It offers pressure vessels, compressed air tanks, air receivers, DOT tanks and cylinders, low pressure and industrial cylinders, custom fabricated chemical and industrial tanks, refrigerant cylinders, steel and aluminum forklift cylinders, propane tanks, autogas ASME tanks, outdoor power equipment cylinders, and refillable cylinders flyers. The company serves original equipment manufacturers and distributors in recreational vehicle, propane vehicle system, refrigeration recovery equipment,...

1000 Corporate Centre Drive

Suite 300

Franklin, TN 37067

United States

Founded in 1945





Key Executives for Manchester Tank & Equipment Co.

Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of Finance
Vice President of Supply Chain Management & International
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Manchester Tank & Equipment Co. Key Developments

Nancy Chamblee Joins Manchester Tank Team in Franklin, Tennessee, as the Vice President of Finance

Manchester Tank announced that Nancy Chamblee has joined the Manchester Tank team in Franklin, Tennessee, as the new Vice President of Finance. Prior to joining Manchester Tank, Nancy spent twelve years with General Electric, where she began her career as an engineer in Consumer Products before transitioning into Finance.

Manchester Tank & Equipment Co. Recalls Propane Cylinders Due to Fire Hazard

Manchester Tank & Equipment Co. recalled 100-pound Propane Cylinders due to fuel can leak from the thread connection between the cylinder and valve, posing a fire hazard if exposed to an ignition source. The recalled Manchester Tank & Equipment Company cylinders included in the recall were manufactured January through September 2012. The date of manufacture is printed on the collar by month and year, so "6 * 12" represents June 2012. The name Manchester and the water capacity 'WC238#' are also pressed into the collar. These gray 100-pound DOT propane cylinders measure about 41" high and about 15" in diameter. Manchester 100-pound propane cylinders with a green dot on the hand-wheel on the top of the cylinder are not included in the recall.

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