Waupaca’s Lawrenceville, PA, foundry will increase its output of specially engineered, lightweight suspension parts once the group transfers that plant’s ductile iron programs to the Etowah, TN, foundry — which now will produce ductile iron exclusively.
There will be a sense of continuity and familiarity at the C-level of Waupaca Foundry Inc. when president and chief operating officer Mike Nikolai takes up his new appointment as CEO this summer. But, that stability may contrast with the scale of change and development the Wisconsin-based metalcasting group has set forth for the coming three years. The organization is shifting resources, redefining its production profile, and expanding its portfolio, all in line with the February merger with ...
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