Welcome to Molnar
Welding, Lantz, Nova Scotia
Welding - where service means everything!
Early in 1975 my parents George
and Rose Molnar started Molnar Welding in Lantz, Nova Scotia. Dad had immigrated
to Canada from
Hungary in 1956 and had many different jobs over the years. But in
1969-70 at the age of 33 he went back to school to learn the welding
trade. He found work in the Halifax shipyards in 1972 and in 1975
he acquired his first welding machine. At that time he worked
nights and weekends to help raise five children.
In 1985-86 I took my own training
in the welding trade;
I found work right away and gained experience at many different jobs
until 1993, when I finally came to work with my father at Molnar
Welding. In 1995 we incorporated as a limited company and began a
steady growth. In 1999 we bought out
a local machine shop and
continued to grow. Today we have twelve employees, a customer base of
over 300 and are still growing.
Molnar Welding's clients include, among
|- Scotia Mines
||- Shaw Group
|- Elmsdale Lumber
||- National Gypsum
|- Ledwidge Lumber
||- Basin Contracting
At Molnar Welding Limited we have a very well trained
group of tradesmen. All of our welding staff are
CWB Certified (Canadian
Welding Bureau). Molnar Welding is certified
to CSA Standard W47.1 in Division 2.1 for fusion
welding of steel structures. We provide a wide
range of services to our many customers;
our full service shop can handle large fabrication or
repair jobs, but we can take on small jobs as
well. We also have six portable units ready to
go to your site to take care of all your welding needs
right on the spot.
Molnar offers a full service machine shop that is well
equipped to take on any type of job. Whether
it's repair or new fabrication, our staff are fully
trained to take on any job, big or small. We are
also equipped to do portable line boring. Our
portable machining tools are ready to go straight to
your site to handle all of your portable machining
service them all!
believes his experience has helped Molnar in their
growth and will continue to "help this company
expand into even more industries."
According to him, "The employees here have a
great deal of pride and dedication in the work that's
carried out every day. Everyone works toward the
same goal to produce a quality product that our
the #102 Trans Canada Highway, take Exit 8 for Elmsdale.
Pass the Elmsdale Mall on your left and drive to the lights at
the railway crossing. Continue straight through the lights
and over the tracks, past the brick Library on your right, then
cross the Shubenacadie river. Wind your way past the
fields and woods along the river, watching for the Old Trunk Road
sign on your left. Take the turn and you'll quickly spot Molnar's large wooden sign on your right.