Overview of TEMCO

  • Temco’s failure to secure a USAF order for the Backaroo forced it to turn to foreign governments to keep the production lines going, yet only a number of export orders materialized.
  • Temco is the smaller of the two Kalama grain terminals, accounting for one-quarter — roughly 2.75 million tons — of the Port of Kalama’s 11 million tons of grain exports in 2013, according to the port.
  • Temco remains focused on delivering the highest level of service with each and every contact – whether it’s an appointment reschedule, delivery notification call or general inquiry.
  • Temco works in collaboration with each client to engineer a flexible network of final-mile logistics solutions direct from retail store locations or distribution centers nationally.
  • Temco’s team of qualified delivery and installation professionals, includes a staff of highly-trained Master Technicians who make even the most complex installations go smoothly.
  • Temco has an experienced, onsite management team, along with the equipment and material handling expertise needed to efficiently move products throughout each of our facilities.
  • TEMCO, meanwhile, turned increasingly to overhaul services at their new Greenville plants, and won a contract to overhaul C-54’s returning from the Berlin Airlift.
  • Temco is the latest terminal along the lower Columbia River to expand following the deepening of the river’s main channel, a project that wrapped up in 2010.
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  • TEMCO, located in Bell Bay, Tasmania, is run by the Samancor Manganese Joint Venture (JV), which is owned 60% by South32 and 40% by Anglo American Plc.
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    The port invested $7 million to support the Temco expansion by installing 3.6 miles of new railroad track and relocating 1.1 miles of track.Next year, the port expects to collect $3 million in revenue from Temco.

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    History of TEMCO

  • In 1957, a contract that would last 17 years began.

  • In 1961, the company became Ling-TEMCO-Vought (LTV) in 1961, after buying Chance-Vought Aircraft.

  • In 1945, a branch was opened in Memphis, Tennessee, which was subsequently purchased by its Southern Territory Manager Bernard McCarthy, brother of Robert McCarthy.
  • In 1952 they started work on what would become the Model 51 Pinto, competing with an Air Force contract that was eventually won by the Cessna T-37.
  • In 1953 they became involved in a partnership with Riley Aircraft Sales to convert existing North American Navions to a twin-engine version, the Twin Navion, eventually buying the rights to the conversion and converting 138 aircraft over the next four years.
  • In 1955 they won a contract to produce “quick reaction kits” for the Air Force’s B-29 Superfortress fleet, and employment started increasing again.
  • In 1955 they won a similar contract for the B-50, and by the end of the next year were up to 1,700 employees.
  • In 1963, H-M Parts, Memphis, embarked on the TEMCO Independent Dealer Program and changed the name of the Company to TEMCO H-M Parts, Co.
  • In 1989, control of the Company passed to Harry & Nancy Waggoner.
  • In 1997, the terminal shipped 4.5 million tons of grain.
  • In 2000 it expects to export between 4 and 5 million tons.
  • In 2010, Kalama Export — located on the port’s northern end — spent $36 million to install a new wheat-cleaning system, eight additional grain silos and a loading belt.
  • In 2011, EGT built the first new grain terminal in the United States in 25 years.
  • In 2018 Temco was ready to make changes to their IT support model, and selected GSC IT Solutions to deliver a solution using their comprehensive GSCare managed service product.