Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry Co., Inc.

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Manitowoc, WI  |  920-682-8286

Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry Co., Inc., situated in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, has been a prominent producer of non-ferrous die castings since its inception in 1909. With an illustrious history spanning over a century, this family-owned company remains dedicated to providing top-quality products to its customers. As one of the largest non-ferrous foundries in the United States, Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry Co., Inc. has earned a reputation for excellence within the industry.

The company specializes in the production of non-ferrous die castings known for their exceptional quality, reliability, and performance. Their castings cater to a wide range of industries, with numerous manufacturing firms relying on Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry Co., Inc. for their casting needs. In addition to industrial applications, the company has gained recognition throughout the country for its high-quality cookware. Their cookware products are highly regarded, renowned for their durability, functionality, and aesthetic appeal.

Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry Co., Inc. offers comprehensive services to meet the diverse needs of its customers. Their experienced team provides expertise throughout the entire casting process, ensuring that the final products meet the highest standards of quality. With over a century of experience, the company possesses a deep understanding of the manufacturing process. Their skilled team of engineers, technicians, and craftsmen collaboratively work to deliver superior results, ensuring precise and reliable castings.

The company's capabilities include non-ferrous die casting using advanced techniques and equipment to produce high-quality castings. Their expertise extends to various non-ferrous alloys, enabling them to cater to a wide range of application requirements. Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry Co., Inc. excels in providing customized solutions, tailoring industrial castings to specific design requirements and offering unique features in their cookware products.

Quality assurance is a top priority for Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry Co., Inc. Rigorous quality control processes are implemented throughout their operations to ensure that their castings meet or exceed customer expectations. The company's unwavering commitment to quality is evident in their longstanding reputation for delivering products of exceptional quality and durability.

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