Remington and Cold Jet formally integrate

A long-time business relationship has resulted in a merger for Remington Engineering and Machinery in Milford and Cold Jet, in Loveland.

Remington Engineering has been engineering and machining parts almost exclusively for Cold Jet for more than 12 years. It was formally announced on Feb. 18 that the two companies are now Cold Jet.

“Remington was already doing 99 percent of our business with Cold Jet,” said Dan Mallaley former Remington owner. “We have been doing engineering for them and it was my goal all along to merge with Cold Jet. We have been catering to them exclusively.”

The 14,600 square foot facility, additional staff and $2.5 million of investment in state-of-the-art equipment allows Cold Jet to continue to innovate and provide the highest quality precision production processes for its patented nozzles, dry ice blasters and dry ice production equipment.