Waupaca Foundry Inc
1955 Brunner Dr,
Waupaca, WI 54981
ThyssenKrupp Waupaca is a producer of metal castings with primary emphasis on transportation markets, worldwide. The company operates four plants in Wisconsin, one in Indiana, one in Tennessee and one in Missouri. The Missouri location, ThyssenKrupp Stahl, is one of the largest permanent mold aluminum foundries in the country. Its foundries are located in Kingsville and Warrensburg. The combined facilities covers approximately eleven acres under roof. It ships more than 55 million pounds of aluminum castings per year. It is ISO-14001/ISO-9002/QS-9000 Certified. Each of the other plants produces its own list of products. Together they produce items such as disk brakes, brake drums, hubs, flywheels, anchors, calipers, knuckles, hubs, railway suspension castings, engine support and gear covers.
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Art in the name of science.
Wishing you peace, health, and happiness this joyous holiday season and during the year ahead.
Wheels, flywheels and sheaves are a few gray iron castings we make for Bobcat Company as it celebrates its 1 Millionth Loader.
With help from Waupaca Foundry, Inc, members in the #Waupaca community created gray iron metal tiles by etching designs in sand molds. The sculpture is now on permanently display in South Park, the City of Waupaca’s oldest park.
Dodge is celebrating 100 years by debuting this video star, ring centenarians. Whether you’re a Dodge fan or not, what do you think of the video?
Business is strong at Waupaca Foundry and the company is seeking additional applicants for summer employment at some locations. The plants in Waupaca, Wisconsin, Tell City, Indiana and Etowah, Tennessee are still accepting applications for summer employment. All positions in Marinette, Wisconsin have been filled. Applicants must have graduated from high school and currently be enrolled in post-secondary education. Students and postgraduate students interested in applying may inquire at one of our foundry locations. For more information, visit bit.ly/1myZeH5
This building was demolished to make way for a plant expansion. Which foundry was it? (Bonus points if you know the year.)
Senator Ron Johnson and staff toured our Marinette #foundry this afternoon and spoke to community leaders about America’s economy and #manufacturing.
Love my job and people I work with! Great place to have a career
Thank you so much for donating to the Waupaca Middle School for the CounterAct program. The police officer did a great job teaching the kids.
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Waupaca Foundry Inc. being sold to Hitachi Metals for $1.3 billion: Waupaca Foundry Inc., the worlds largest… https://dlvr.it/6fqtPl
Waupaca Foundry distributes $125M to stockholders after second recapitalization: Waupaca Foundry Inc. distributed… https://dlvr.it/3X8F7f
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