PITTSBURGH. Pa.—A. Stucki Co. has combined several subsidiaries into an industrial division to emphasize its full range of production capabilities in urethane manufacturing, coiled springs, foundry production and machining.
Included in the division are Seco Machine, a contract manufacturer with high production urethane pour capabilities, located in North Canton, Ohio; Hallman Foundry, a production facility that casts iron castings to serve the rail and industrial markets, based in Sanford, N.C.; and Alco Spring Industries Inc.. a maker of hot wound coiled springs, located in Chicago Heights, Ill.
Combined, the companies in the division “offer custom engineering and manufacturing using state-of-the-art equipment and manufacturing,” according to William Kiefer, president and CEO of the company.
Founded as a side bearing manufacturing more than 100 years ago, A. Stucki grew quickly to become a producer of railroad components. The company expanded over the years to encompass a versatile group of wholly owned subsidiaries that offer a range of manufacturing capabilities for the transportation, industrial and commercial markets.