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Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry acquires the assets of Wabash Castings

Wednesday, Apr 07, 2021

   Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry (WAF) has expanded its operation with the acquisition of Wabash Castings Inc. WAF will expand its growth in the electric vehicle and consumer goods markets. The company will continue to use the Wabash Castings brand name.

  Founded in 1909, WAF, founded in 1909, provides high-quality aluminium and copper-based alloy castings to a wide variety of industries. Its Manitowoc facility has more than 400 team members. Wabash Castings, LLC, based in Wabash, Indiana, has nearly 100 team members.
  “We are excited to grow our operations and expand on the success of Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry,” said WAF CEO Sachin Shivaram. “Wabash Castings is renowned for their ability to produce high volume, complex castings. Their facility forms a perfect complement to our existing breadth of production lines. This acquisition will accelerate our growth in the electric vehicle and consumer goods markets, among other exciting opportunities.”
  “We’re thrilled to have a longtime, family-owned business invest in our community,” said City of Wabash Mayor Scott Long. “Their commitment speaks volumes about what we have done in Wabash and where we are heading. WAF brings stability to a long-term employer in Wabash and will help diversify our local economy by maintaining and providing quality jobs. I look forward to working with their team and helping them out in every way possible to make Wabash Castings a premier employer in our city.”

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