Plant Expansion Adds New Machines, Increases Production

M&M Oil Tools has added 5,000 square feet to the existing plant in Breaux Bridge, LA to accommodate new machines and expanded production capabilities. Two new, high performance Mazak lathes are the latest additions to the advanced line-up of machine tools at M&M.

“Though our facility was built in 2012, we quickly outgrew the existing space with an increase in customer demand,” said David Buck, M&M Oil Tools CEO. “This is a great testament to the outstanding team we have built here at M&M as we always strive to enhance and improve operations. We have the right people, and now the right machines, to assure customers that our delivery times and quality will continue to exceed expectations.”

M&M Oil Tools was founded in 1944 as Matthews Rental Tools. Home of the original M&M casing scraper, the company offers a range of tools–for purchase and for rent–with a robust design, including carbide mills, brush tools, boot baskets and valves.