Starting a Welding Business

A portable welding business basically needs two things: a machine to do your welding for you and a swift respond to all those that seek your business's services. A business like this usually does not need an office space to be functional, but set up ways where your clients can contact you. And make sure you advertise.

Usually, people associate welding with construction work or metal work; and they think that setting up this type of business means you are either into construction or into metallurgy.

This is not necessarily so. Anyone can set up a welding business – that is, anyone who knows how to use and wield a welding machine. If you are wondering how anyone can possibly make a living out of this type of work, then read further on.

Construction sites and metal shops always use welding machines for obvious reasons. Some construction and metal companies even have their own welders and their own machines. But supposing a group of people from an ad company decides to set up a huge commercial platform in front of their building and they need it in steel; or your neighbor down the street has an errant garage door that needs to be cut open; or your kid is constructing a science project that needs to be literally welded shut – you don’t really go to a construction or a metal company and ask to borrow their welding machine, do you? Of course not. Sometimes, people actually rent welding machines for small projects and use the machines themselves. Unfortunately, this is a haphazard solution to the problem.

Therefore, creating a business that allows the use of a portable welding machine with a skilled welder to boot is not only a feasible business venture, but a lucrative one at that. If you decide to take on this business, you’ll be surprised at how many people actually need your professional services. Setting up your business will of course entail you to acquire a welding machine. Make sure that it’s a portable machine: small, compact but sturdy enough that it doesn’t conk out on you when you are actually servicing for a client. A welding machine may come with different functions, so choosing one or more is a matter of knowing the demographic of your intended client base, and your personal skills as a welder. Machines function as stick welding, tig welding, wire welding and welding machines that are used for cutting like plasma arc cutting and gouging or PAC and air carbon cutting and gouging or CAC-A.

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Admittedly, machines like these do not come cheap, and an in the hands of an untrained professional, can become deadly. This article will then assume that you are setting up this business because you do have background and expertise when it comes to welding and cutting metals. Preferably, you and your company have certification for safety, have permit to operate and have licenses as a legitimate business venture.

A business like this usually does not need an office space to be functional. You do, however, need to find a way wherein clients can reach you in case they need your services. Having a serviceable phone or a working e-mail address will help. A vehicle that can help transport you and your machine to the location is imperative, and will give you an edge over other welding companies that cannot respond to your clients’ needs ASAP. Try to keep track of old clients and try to gain the trust of new ones by advertising. Posters and flyers are inexpensive, and so are posting ads in the Internet; but the best form of advertising is still through referrals. If you have clients that patronize your work, ask them to refer you to other potential clients.

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  • Charles said on December 11, 2008
    I want to start a big welding business.
  • Jasper said on January 25, 2009
    How can I start a simple welding shop business?
  • Brendan said on February 23, 2009
    I just got a truck a welder a cutting torch setup and every tool necessary. How do i go about licensing and insurance?
  • Devon said on April 13, 2009
    i am starting a potable welding service by my self with one truck and am not sure about how to market my business and what type of business to go after. I am trained in mig, tig, stick and aluminum wire welding.
  • mark walk said on June 10, 2009
    i started my own mobil welding 7 months ago i knocked on farmers doors or where ever you may think of something may need welded and after about a month i been busy and making great income from it been averaging around 1800 a week remember do good work and the word will spread and if you do bad work you will be out of business.
  • nigel said on August 8, 2009
    i have 17 yrs experience in aluminium tig welding, i have a fronius 220 single phase set at home & i have recently been thinking about starting up a specialist aluminium tig welding service. i have a new workshop built at home & i was wondering what you think of this idea & markets i could aim for what?
  • sosefo Teu said on September 5, 2009
    I want to startup my own mobile welding business, but don't know how to get started, I've got the experience in all fields in the welding industry and also got all the equipment too get myself going, but just don't know how to find the customers. Can you please give me some ideas to get me started, because i have the encouragement and the motivation to start but just don't know how. cheers
  • Ric said on September 11, 2009
    I have the building, equipment and energy to start my own business. I need to know what licenses, permits, tax number or anything else i will need to hang my shingle in Oklahoma. I am certified already.
  • zuberi Brown said on October 1, 2009
    I see a lot of questions that I might have asked however I don't see any answers
  • Josh said on December 3, 2009
    what permits do i need??
  • Josh said on December 27, 2009
    i've been thinking of a portable welding business. i live in east Tennessee. do i need a state business license. or one for every county/city i work in as a contractor. and what should my insurance limits be. I am certified as a combination welder where I can weld various metals in all welding positions using the Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) process; Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) process, also known as Metal Inert Gas or MIG welding; and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), also known as Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG), Oxy-Acetylene and Plasma Arc Cutting processes, Tack welding (core),
  • aspen welding said on February 21, 2010
    let me know how to open a welding business in fort worth texas 76106
  • RUSSELL GREEN said on February 21, 2010
  • Fiona said on February 23, 2010
    If you need Oxy-gasoline Cutting and Welding Machines, please contact Fiona by following way: lovefanfeng(at)live(dot)cn, Skype: lovefanfeng
  • larric said on April 4, 2010
    I am here to answer some of the questions posted on this site. Although I am new to welding and am taking classes to become certified, I have realized there are endless opportunities with welding fabrication. Every where I look I usually see something that is welded.

    There are many businesses that you could start on your own and link welding into your business. For instance in my state, you do not need a license to become a landscape maintenance "guy" but most only offer landscape duties to be performed. When you become certified or have enough welding experience to start, add that to the list of duties.

    Another can be starting your own custom iron fence company, I mainly see the average houses with wood or chain linked fences. you could make those types of fences affordable for everyone, and offer warranties and other amenities that set you apart from the rest.

    Also bike frames (bicycle or motorcycle frames) make your own design from a design. customize other bikes. and just sell the frames let the hobbyist build his own bike and partner up with engine companies to get discounts for your customer to buy those engine parts at a discount.

    Another business you could start is if you love classic cars as I do, and you want to restore or replicate you could fabricate chassis to standards and sell these cars, chassis, and other parts that are welded on those cars. If this would be your interest I would definitely familiarize yourself with fiberglass composites and other necessary items(upholstery)to make these projects work. also there is a great interest in go karts these days. Copy the plans, change it up a little, and then see how much you can sell it for. If you profit more than you spend on materials and time spent building it, you have a profitable company. Make mini replica roadsters or any other hot rods, muscle cars or exotic cars. I learned how to use fiberglass in just under two weeks no schooling required, just the internet and you tube. Who knows maybe you will want to quit welding and make custom interiors and speaker boxes for cars?

    Another business could be your own mobile welding business, lets face it, metal rusts and in time those welds become weak and need to be taken care of. go look around your house and make a list of what is welded and what you would like to do and price what you think its worth. then have someone come look at it. and note there price and meet in the middle or just under theres. From all the research that I have seen online about these types of businesses you really need to be a great welder, so don't just go buy a welding machine and think you have what it takes because you have a machine. Get certified through your local community college (for all of the above first).

    Another business is, start making art from metal, people love these types of things to place in there yards, offices and wherever else. sell your own creativity on ebay, craigslist or whatever internet site you use but make sure it is something that catches eyes (make it and introduce it to your family and friends to get a reaction mainly people you do not see all the time you need bad ratings to improve your product).lol make sure I don't see it because I will copy it and sell it for cheaper. just kidding.

    A cheap welder to buy that is great for welding up to 1/4 metal which is typical with a small business is the hobart handler 140 mig welder can cost any where from $350-600 bucks. If you have money buy that miller you want. make sure it has a gas option.

    Remember anything that was created by metal can be duplicated just add your own flavor and you have a custom piece of metal that no one else has. And if you do replicate beat prices from everyone around you and offer the best deals with warranties.

    A business to me is not just about the product its about the customers the more you have the better off you will be. so be presentable make clothes, fliers, brochures, price list pamphlets, and other company material with logos. and wake up every morning at 5am and pass those flyers out to peoples' door steps. Do projects and take pictures of everything so you have proof that your work is the best. DO NOT COME TO MY STATE YOUR BUSINESS WILL FAIL!!! Just playing

    For those who don't know how to open a business become certified and then call your county or state employment office to learn how to start your own company. I don't recommend this but people do it anyway just weld. Then when you have the money saved up get your company under wraps.

    Recommend getting familiar with Microsoft office(power point, excel, word 2007) to make brochures and flyers. I create business flyers and brochures for $49.99 but save your money and do it yourself. You need to learn that stuff. Any other questions just ask me. I might have some Ideas for you. Your own landscaping business could be the easiest I think.

    I am just an unemployed person with a family trying to find the solution. So if you have something bad to say about me just keep it to yourself because nobody cares that you waste your time to go out of your way to insult my ideas.
  • jatin jolly said on April 21, 2010
    i want to start a welding and fabrication business in small way every materiel is available. location- kalol, gujarat, india
  • Kyle said on April 21, 2010
    I am going to start a portable welding business. I want to start out welding pipe and cable fence and other welding on near by ranches. If I already have the equipment. How much money should I have saved up for buying materials alone?
  • courtney wilson said on June 4, 2010
    i want to start a welding business i just want make gate's railing, burglar bars and barbecue grill can u help me
  • Armando Lopez said on July 7, 2010
    i want to promote my welding business in El Paso Tx 1915 4082260
  • Aaron Gray said on July 11, 2010
    I am a Journeyman pipe fitter in Canada and I see a lot of questions about how to start a welding business. I have my own business and contract myself out to construction companies in the oil and gas sector. e-mail me at with your questions. I may have some answers as I hire and work with many portable welding business owners.
  • David B. Hayre said on July 13, 2010
    i live in interlachen, fl 32148 united states. trying to find something to build for large businesses from my home, like maybe small parts to be fabricated then welded... i'm unemployed and where i live its hard to find a welding job so i was thinking maybe i should make a fab/weld opportunity for others without a job like me... i just havent found a good idea just yet but need to find something soon... i have many a.w.s. certs plus i'm sense 1 certified... looking to start my business soon so if any ideas thrown my way would be greatly appreciated, thanks... branden hayre
  • James expert adviser said on July 13, 2010
    David, you should market yourself to find some contracts or job. If you are really looking forward to have your own business then start with a website. Market it online and offline to get some leads.

    Jestin James
    Startup Biz Hub - Senior Advisor (Staff)

  • m.w. said on September 4, 2010
    businesses in Vancouver, canada need help for welding parts, frames, auto parts and other useful house items! please contact:
  • carl rim said on September 21, 2010
    hi larric, i am a young man with a wide range of ideas and have been working towards my potential goal in life from a very young age. the aim in my life is to become self employed within a subject which i most enjoy. i love the aspect of fabrication/welding an just the self satisfaction when created an constructed an object from scratch is enough for me but at this moment, not really enough for my pocket. i am currently based in the UK, merseyside an due to our countries financial an employment issues, find it near impossible to find a close enough welding business which is willing to 'take on' an apprentice with my skills. throughout my engineering life i have had no guidance or support from nearly anyone, due to personal reasons, and would be most thankful for any support in which you may be able to offer within the near future. if so then any form of continuous contact with yourself who has a similar profession, would be most helpful. i would be extremely grateful if you could contact me at just for any advice i may require within the close future. many thanks, carl :)
  • John Runser said on October 2, 2010
    I live in East Peoria, Il and looking to start a small welding shop.
  • Bo Fisher said on December 2, 2010
    i work with my dad running a small portable welding company. we have two portable trucks and a shop with a 5x10 cnc plasma table. i recently had to find a new job because business got slow so i'm welding at a sawmill. if anyone has any ideas for marketing/advertising let me know. we are members of FBO (FEDERAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES) and are getting signed up with IDAHO AGC. there has to be other ways to search for bids to do structural, fabing, and portable welding jobs. the only idea i have is to go business to business handing out business cards.
  • bg said on December 21, 2010
    what university classes do i need to become a welder
  • Rick Paravicini said on March 30, 2011
    I have been a welder for the last 34 years, the past 5 years in the oilfields of Wyoming. The owners of the company I worked for (husband and wife) split up and closed the doors. I have my own rig - truck, welder, torches and tools. I also have the clients and insurance. My question is since I wont start the jobs that are on the books for another 2 months, can I get a loan on my business to carry me until start-up?
  • Juan said on May 2, 2011
    Hi my goal is to start my own small business I plan to do welding iron fences custom wood fence and power washing driveways and homes I plan to advertise with passing out flyers in rich homes and small businesses I will make business cards and sooner or later make shirts u think this will work email me please let me know what else I should do or how to make this work please
  • shakil said on March 22, 2012
    hi larric i am from india. my name is shakil and i am BE-MECHANICAL ENGINEER. i had worked in a company for 6 month it was steel, ms and aluminium fabrication and i worked under steel and aluminium tig welding and i am well aware of tig welding but i am not a welder i haven't tried welding myself. and now wanna start my own welding business what should i do to start it and my family is not agree with my discussion whether i should go for it or go with my friends and family suggestion of doing job first then along with it continuing the part time business
  • kendall hall said on March 22, 2012
    I'm a 27 year old currently unemployed with a small family i'm a structural steel welder/fabricator and i want to know what i have to do to start up my own(being i'm the only employee) business building and installing wrought iron fences and security screens and also where i can get help with funding to start
  • James expert adviser said on March 24, 2012

    @kendall hall, it totally depends on the country you belongs to. Please write back with location so that we can guide you on financial side. You can always start it as a part-time and look for a 8 hr job somewhere else. Once you have enough clients or hold on the business then jump to full-time. You definitely have to buy a welding machine, some tools and a vehicle to carry that from place to place. I believe you will still be a mobile welder.

    Jestin James
    Startup Biz Hub - Senior Advisor (Staff)

  • Santiago J said on May 8, 2012
    B-14 2401 southwest 31st place Hallandale FL, 33009. I'm 36 year old from new jersey and moved to Florida a year ago. I rented a garage and I have a miller bobcat225 generator, millermatic 211 mig welder and a miller tig syncrowave 250. I've worked for the plastic industry making machines and parts for 17 years and I'm trying to target that industry . I really don't know how to market myself but I'm very knowledgeable on the mechanical part of it and I have I portfolio of some machines and parts the plastic companies use. Thanks for the input
  • Aspen said on June 3, 2012
    Aspen welding is located in New Castle Colorado, we offer welding services and fabrication.
  • tee said on June 21, 2012
    i am considering taking a welding class in the next few months...what are the prospects please ? I would like to stand on my own as soon as a welding business. what is the best option pls...? work for company or be by myself and do local jobs ? Then what about certifications ? Would I be able to operate a welding business without welding certification ? Thanks guys. Tee, Houston Texas.
  • EDDIE'S WELDING & REPAIRS said on August 11, 2012
  • Garrett Eisele said on September 21, 2012
    My dad and i are going to open his own welding, DOT inspections, repair shop, Small Parts painting. He has been doing all this for 25 years for others. I was just looking for ideas on how we could get our name out there to do parts painting or welding. Subcontract work in and out of state. If you know of a website that can help that would be great. He also has his snapper mower assembly training. A do it all kind of shop. He already has the tools and certifications to do it. Just looking for any helpful advice. My dads dream is to work at his shop behind his house and i just want to help make it come true. Thanks.
  • Garrett Eisele said on September 21, 2012
    This is in small town Minn- Iowa border. Many farmers with equipment work needed. The shop he works for now there are about 15-20 farmers that go there just for him to work on their equipment. Thanks.
  • Tony said on January 27, 2013
    I want to start a welding business. I don't have a license. I plan on hiring certified license employees. Do I need a license? I don't plan on welding myself.
  • Anthony said on January 31, 2013
    I will tell everyone on here, you better have at least 75 grand to start your business! I tried to go VERY BIG and in the end, needed over 3 million dollars to take on a very large project! In the end I went too big too fast and lost everything! So, As to not discourage you from your venture, make sure you have enough business insurance and proper permits to make yourself legal....A be a certified welder in all positions and types..(i.e.) Mig, Tig, Flux-core, Underwater & commercial diving (that was my mistake)and don't take on a job which you know you cannot handle!
  • Robert said on March 2, 2013
    I have started my own Welding company, But having a tough time. I have all the experience and equipment. Just have to figure out to get more work. Everyone I have worked for has been satisfied just not enough of it. I am certified. And can do anything. In Dallas fort worth area. If anyone has any advice please call me. 817-726-3869
  • Brian Feister said on March 11, 2013
    I have had my own portable welding business for 25 years but i am always looking to take on more work mostly in eastern ohio. Midvale Ohio 44653
  • donnie burks said on May 14, 2013
    like to start a welding business in columbus GA
  • daniel lockridge said on June 17, 2013
    I have my own portable welding company, called lockworth iron work I do some of the best wrought iron work in the dfw area of texas but cant keep enough work to hire more people so I can grow to be a better company.
  • Lee Barrett said on August 15, 2013
    I leave in the centrol Wisconsin area. I'm certified in several welding disciplines smaw, tig and have experience in gmaw and flux. My expertise is pipe welding and have my own machines and other tools of the trade. I also repair farmers tractors when they break. I go to where the work is. Meaning I travel the mid west and have been doing so over 10 years. I have been a welder about 15 years. Whether it carbon, chrome or stainless my experience is versatile and I guarantee my work to satisfaction. If someone needs a welding job done contact me by email or call 715-551-3167. I will come and survey the job. LBJ welding and fabrication. Thank you for your consideration
  • Abwell ngala said on September 1, 2013
    My business is in blantyre malawi africa. My problem is i needed to know if there could be steel products that i can produce and sell for sustenance. Pls give an idea
  • Evans Dampson said on October 4, 2013
    how do I start my own small welding shop
  • Silas N M said on November 10, 2013
    I'm 23 years, studied Boilermaking and Welding for 3 year and i have obtained a certificate of Archievement N3 from the Department of higher education and training in the Republic of South Africa. I studied at the Namibia Institute of Mining and Technology [NIMT]. I have experience and on top of that i got all the best business ideas. The problem is my country [namibia, africa] has a small population of about 1.8 mil, and therefore there is nothing much i can do here.

    I have experience in fabricating and installing: Roof trusses, Structural steel frame, Stanchion and colomn, Grider/Rail for Cranes, Trailors, Sliding gates, Pallisade fence, Tank stands, burglar doors and windows. If u are somewhere, wherever in the world, willing to start your welding company, having necessary tools and machineries, and willing to learn from my experience, but you don't have qualifications, skills and idea of what and how you want to do, contact me and i can come so that we can team up and present all the long lasting steel products to the world. My email: My cell no. +264 813410087
  • lindiwe shesheku said on November 15, 2013
    I'm a woman and a boilermaker aid living in south africa .my plan is to have my own company that related to skills I have ,bcz in my country this is a male dominated industry and it difficult to get job .my plan is to venture into a prefab housing or a manufacturing I got welding machine ,grinder and cutting torch the problem is I don't have money to start up and I need partner that also have passion for the job .my country is south africa any one willing to help or team up can contact me .my email is
  • jayaprakash mk said on December 18, 2013
    i am a boilermaker and also doing the pipiefitter i need to doing selfwork that means i want to take the subcontract from the companies any one can help call my number 0840932971
  • Travis Barker said on January 15, 2014
    I'd like to know how to find jobs to bid on for my welding company like sub contract work
  • dorgu douye ayeju said on January 23, 2014
    Being a mechanical engineer with some years experience I have come to realize the meaning of entrepreneurship, that they drive the economy. so with my little knowledge in welding I have decided to start my own welding business but as a manger while I will employ professions welders but my major function is scout for jobs. Now how do I manage this type of welding business
  • john said on February 12, 2014
    hi i'm very grateful to hear your advices and i'm gonna make sure that i work very hard to open this welding business
  • Mark said on March 5, 2014
    My dad recently passed and was a self employed welder . I have lots of equipment I'm looking to sell In expensively .located in palos park illinois. Email me if interested.
  • Karan Singh said on March 25, 2014
    good suggestions I got. Now I am able to start my welding workshop! thnx to all
  • Karan Singh said on March 25, 2014
    New starter business in welding and manufacturing fields. Place is at Narnaul town (in Haryana state), India-123001
  • cephas. said on March 25, 2014
    hi i want to start a welding business in south africa. Pliz may i have ideas and tips on how to get products that i can might make. I need products which is not hard to make but on demand. Stainless and mild steel products.
  • Carlos said on April 8, 2014
    I am about to graduate out of my 2 yrs welding program and am thinking of going into inspection, do you have any recommendations about the route to go, because I am also a great welder in 2G 5G 6G GTAW in 6 in-4 in pipe. Stick as well! I want to start my own business and am willing to go the extra mile to shadow an inspector for ex amount of yrs if that is what it takes, but if anyone wants to give me a shot out there, let me know at Thanks.
  • donnie burks said on June 1, 2014
    can you help me in setting up my welding business in Columbus, GA?
  • kasera said on June 29, 2014
    hi i'm in namibia walvis bay. i register my company for welding everything now i dont have tools need someone interest to com up to join me partner ship around the world. thnx
  • Rick said on July 11, 2014
    New Caney and portable Welding. Big rig rigging and there trailers.heave equipment repair. Is my main money maker
  • ashutosh said on September 10, 2014
    I am a welder with 4 yrs experience in grills, shutters etc and all welding wrks. I want contracts or wrk to start my own bussiness. i have equipmrnts of my own. If anyone can help me fr getting wrk or referring me it will be great help so tht i can start rolling. i am from mumbai . india. thnk you.
  • ashutosh said on September 10, 2014
    My contact ns is +91-9833044041.
  • chauke said on October 2, 2014
    i have a welding company in pretoria south africa, it is operating currently but its only small jobs and i want bigger jobs. anyone with welding jobs can contact .i do all kinds of welding and my company have more than 5 years operating. u can call me on 072 105 9999.
  • manabendra mandal said on November 2, 2014
    I am a welder with 10 yrs experience in febrication job. I want contracts or work to start my own business. If anyone can help me fr getting work. I am from mumbai, India. My contact no is+91 -9930076813
  • Thabane said on November 11, 2014
    To us as a Youth, they say doors are opened. So plz guyz help us it our time now to change does who behind us, give us a strength so that we can changed our lifes.
  • Cruz Moyo said on November 13, 2014
    My business is arc welding, i have been doing dis for seven years, i provide my family the way i want, i believe one day i will get a big job out there
  • Eric T said on January 20, 2015
    I live in Midwest ohio and I am looking for welding/grinding work to do from home as well to be independently employed, also do odds and ends computer work/web design If anyone can help on how to go about finding work to accumulate the ability to work from home please shoot me an email thanks.
  • devine holley said on July 8, 2015
    I'm starting my own mobile welding company with my brother. Were 22 yrs old and have about 5 years exp as welder fabricators. We recently bought a service truck, welder generator, oxycetelyene torch and misc tools for jobs. Were open to any jobs we can get. Were trying to go after the truck and trailer market for welding but would like to get into the wrought iron fence industry. If you guys have any advice for us it would be appreciated. Thank you. On site welding servicing the nw suburbs of chicago illinois
  • jerome lottering said on August 18, 2015
    Want to start my own business in welding in newcastle kzn. I am a good welder and boiler making exp.pls 0722460812 thanx
  • chris ogola said on August 23, 2015
    how profitable is welding business? Nairobi kenya, Africa
  • Arif chauhan said on September 13, 2015
    I've lived in San Francisco, USA since 2014.I have 10 years experience in welding business in India. We made s.s.railing, m.s gate, staircase, s.s.garments accessories, restaurant furniture and household customize things. My dream is to run my own business in sf but I don't know how to start and run business in USA. Please help me I'm confused,what steps do I need to take?
  • Mohammed said on December 17, 2015
    I live in kenya. I have all the machine for welding; a welder,compressor,grinder etc. so my concern is how to start and am currently doing a degree for mechanical engineering I don't have any skills for welding but I thought I would employ welders and start searching for welding contracts from buildings that is making window grills and doors. so I am asking for the right way of approaching this. please advice me how to go or any other way of making money out of it ? am looking forward for your advice. Thanks.
  • karthikeyan said on December 23, 2015
    I am from tamil nadu. My name is karthik. I am started welding contract business on 5 years. Any body want to my welding works services contact my mobile number and email.
  • Roden Tusubira said on June 23, 2016
    Hi I want to start a welding business I want to start with windows, gates and doors which machine is good for this type of welding and I want a light machine which I can lift to apartments. Thanking you, Roden Tusubira, UK
  • Hussain Hamza said on July 28, 2016
    I've been into welding business for years and still doing. Please I need your prayers for further improvement. Thanks
  • A.PRAKASH said on September 8, 2016
    Hai i am a welder I worked Singapoor Nigeria and Kuwait now I like start a small business in welding if you have any regular order please contact cell 9841267503
  • Mark L. said on September 11, 2017
    need help with small oilfield and farm and ranch welding business, need customers, failing need advice or mentor. I have oil field exp./ certified welder.


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