Moran Iron Works, Inc.
September 2016 Newsletter
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MIW Receives Contract for USFWS Vessel

Onaway, MI. – Moran Iron Works recently received a contract from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to build a research vessel for it's Green Bay, Wisconsin field office.  The aluminum-hulled vessel will be nearly 57 feet long and feature twin diesel engines, along with the equipment needed for the service to conduct its research on the Great Lakes.  MIW will be fabricating the vessel in our Onaway, Michigan facility over the next 9-12 months, with an expected launch at MIW's Port Calcite facility in Rogers City, Michigan during late-summer 2017.

Law Enforcement Target Systems
Moran Iron Works collaborated extensively with Michigan law enforcement agencies to design the IRONCLAD line of professional-class portable shooting targets.  These target systems are manufactured from AR500 (3/8″ thickness) materials, feature rugged workmanship, and use heavy duty stand materials for extended life, even when used on a daily basis.  Law enforcement agencies, military units and tactical shooters require a high level of durable components that outlast and out-perform the competition. IRONCLAD meets that challenge.

The IRONCLAD line of portable shooting targets are available in both SINGLE HEADER AND DOUBLE HEADER versions, and can be arranged in various configurations for specific requirements, from pistol training and qualification to active response and hostage scenarios.

For full specifications, visit the website or contact our sales staff
Moran Iron Works Welcomes Jeff Burnash


Jeff Burnash joins the Moran Iron Works team as Project Operations Manager with over 24 years’ of Program/Project Management and Account Management experience in the automotive, chemical, electrical and metallic commodities industries.  He also holds a journeyman’s certificate as a machinist and induction heat treat tool maker. 

On a personal level, Jeff is a native of northeast Michigan, being born and raised in Alpena.  He moved to southeast Michigan at age 14 with his family, spending many years there before returning home.  His main hobby is woodworking, where he enjoys designing and building custom cabinetry and furniture.  He is also a professional musician who performed over a 25-year span in the Metro Detroit AAA circuit.  He loves animals and has a special fondness for Labrador Retrievers.   

Feel free to reach out and say hello, or let him know how he may be of assistance.

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