Samco Machinery moves into larger manufacturing facility


Toronto, Ontario, August 2013

On July 22, 2013 Samco Machinery officially moved into their new larger facility at 351 Passmore Avenue in North Toronto. With a square footage of 160,000 ft., the new facility is double the size of our previous location at 315 Nantucket Blvd, a building Samco called home for the past 17 years.

“Business is good and it was the right time,” says President & CEO Bob Repovs. “It gives us the ability to take on more and larger projects with more material handling, and opens up the opportunity for branching out into other industries.”  Samco’s manufacturing modus operandi has always been to simulate the plant of any of our customers. This, along with multiple expansions and modernizations over the years, has allowed us to produce the highest quality of roll forming equipment. Now with even more production space  ( including a new 30-ton crane capacity effectively doubling the company’s space and lift capacity), expanded offices, storage, and shipping, Samco is equipped to provide our customers greater leading edge rollforming technology and cost-effective metal processing solutions.


Steve KaganMarketing CoordinatorSamco Machinery Limited416-285-0619 x 229   



About Samco Machinery: Samco Machinery celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2012. Founded by Joe Repovs, Samco is a world authority on rollforming technology, and continues to provide custom engineered innovative metal processing solutions for our customers.

About Us

Samco Machinery has provided customers leading edge designs and cost-effective solutions to satisfy any metal rollforming project need since 1972. Samco manufactures roll forming machines, uncoilers, decoilers, roll form dies and presses for the roll forming industry. We also provide coil processing machines, including blanking lines, cut to length lines, slitting lines, and components.



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160,00- square foot capacity
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30 ton crane capacity
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more complex projects undertaken
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