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Peterson Manufacturing Company 

24133 West 143rd Street , Plainfield, Illinois, 60544, United States

About

Our focus is the production of metal fabrications, steel ducts, tanks, assemblies, heavy equipment components, stampings and steel structures. In short we stamp, form, weld, fabricate, assemble, roll, bend, cut, CNC machine, turn, face and finish metal. We work with mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum. We combine our welding and fabricating skills with press capability to 2,000 tons. Thus, we are unique in blanking, stamping and forming heavy gauge metal. We offer open press time, flexible lead times and custom tool design. We build our own tooling. Tooling design and build is an important service to our customers. We maintain a presence in a variety of markets including but not limited to; Off-highway construction and agricultural equipment, automotive, heavy machinery, bulk handling equipment, plant process equipment, refinery equipment and a broad range of material handling industries. We maintain a solid business in proprietary heavy duty material handling products marketed and sold directly to the end user or through dealers and distributors. Specifically we manufacture structural steel racks and customized material handling and storage products. Our racks service a variety of markets including but not limited to; metal service centers, lumber yards and retailers in carpets, vinyl, flooring and home improvement products.

Manufacturing Capabilities

Company Details

Employees

20-50

MFG Member Since

07/17/2006

Location

United States

Certifications

Caterpillar

Northrop Grumman

Rockwell

Languages

English

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