O.W. LANDERGREN, Inc.
PRECISION METAL SPINNING WITH SECONDARY OPERATIONS
O.W. Landergren’s primary functions are metal spinning and fabricating with complete facilities for general machine work, plus the equipment for assemblies of prototype, low production and commercial jobs. Our operation enables us to carry most jobs through to completion without leaving our building.
Since we specialize in metal spinning, which is a precise art form for metal spun parts, combined with the fact that the required tooling is less expensive than Hydroforming, Deep Drawing or Stamping, we are particularly favored when it comes to prototypes, short runs, and even longer runs when quality is critical. In addition, we work closely with our customers, designers, and engineers to improve cost effectiveness and product integrity.
SERVICES PERFORMED BY OUTSIDE SOURCES
Why leading industries choose O.W.Landergren
O.W.Landergren is an industrious company with highly skilled craftsmen dedicated to the art of Metal Spinning, Fabrication, Welding and General Machining. We have established ourselves by demonstrating to our customers the commitment every member of our work force has in implementing our Quality Management System. In order to achieve total quality, we believe in the concept of utilizing our most valued resource: every employee in our organization. We are all dedicated to achieve customer satisfaction through teamwork and realizing that innovation is our competitive advantage.
By fulfilling everyone’s responsibility in communication and by exercising sound ethics and professionalism we can govern and substantiate our strength in the manufacturing industry.
The O.W. Landergren Metal Spinning Company was founded by Oscar W. Landergren in 1923. Mr. Landergren was an industrious, highly skilled craftsman who took great pride in his work. His extensive experience, spanning forty years, earned him a reputation for unsurpassed quality, production and reliability. His customers included some of the nation’s largest manufacturers. Oscar Landergren produced the original “Spun Corona Shields” for General Electric’s first High Voltage Laboratory; one of his hand spinnings has been placed in the Bureau of Standards in Washington, D.C. When he retired in 1956, he sold his business. Arthur Goodrich operated the company with the same high standards that’d been established until he sold the business to his son George Goodrich.
Today, O.W. Landergren Inc. has a work force of 35 employees. The company does business throughout North America. O.W. Landergren offers its customers expert prototype and production metal crafting through its complete metal spinning, fabrication and welding, machining and inspection departments.