Welcome to 360 Services Inc.
We are very proud to be serving Northern Ontario and surrounding areas.
360 Services Inc. began operations in 2013 and is a locally owned and operated welding and fabrication business based in Timmins, ON. We are very proud to be serving Northern Ontario and surrounding areas.
As a service-oriented company, we work with every type of client, from small local businesses to some of the largest mining corporations in the area providing bucket fabrication and rebuilds, heavy equipment repair, align-boring and custom fabrication.
Our team of professional, experienced and skilled workers has our customers’ best interest in mind at all times. *Quality and customer service are our #1 priorities!
We are determined to define our success by achieving the highest level of customer satisfaction possible.
Through hard work, persistence and an extraordinary attention to detail, we have built a strong reputation for meeting and exceeding our clients’ needs and expectations in the areas of quality, cost, scheduling, and safety.
Our company prides itself on its ability to accommodate and adapt to our clients' needs and we understand that your bottom line relies on your equipment running efficiently day and night so we provide both mobile repairs and services as well as a fully equipped welding and fabrication shop.
We will manage your projects from A to Z, starting with your plans and specifications, through production, to delivery or installation at your facility or work site.
*Small or large, custom or routine, your request will be met with expert advice, individualized attention, and innovative solutions.
24/7 emergency repairs are also available. We will work as hard for you as your equipment does!!
- Bucket repairs and rebuilds
- Heavy equipment repairs
- Align-boring up to 14”
- Robotic bore welding
- Portable honing
- Liquid nitrogen bushing installation
- Custom fabrication and installation
- 24 hrs emergency repairs
- Rock breaker repairs
- Truck box assembly and repairs
- Mobile welding services