5041 68th St.
Caledonia, MI 49316 US
A Division of George Koch Sons
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Price-Walgren Co.’s Hoist Design Reduces Exhausted Air
The hoist is engineered with a low profile for easy maintenance and customization
George Koch Sons, LLC Acquires Walgren Co.
Walgren will join Price-Koch Industries as a division of George Koch Sons.
George Koch Sons Acquires Walgren Company
Walgren will become part of George Koch Sons and will continue to serve its growing customer base from Grand Rapids, MI, and China.
Walgren Co. Opens Mexico Headquarters
Walgren Co., a manufacturer of turnkey anodizing and plating systems, has opened a new headquarters facility for the design and manufacture of metal finishing systems in Mexico.
“Green” Hoist That Reduces Exhausted Air
Walgren will feature a new “green” hoist designed to reduce exhausted air by as much as 50 percent and increase fume capture.
Medical Coatings Find a Home in Indiana
Warsaw is home to a diverse and exceptionally local community of Tier 1s and specialty services providers, including Whimet Inc., a prominent, second-generation provider of anodizing and ultrasonic processing,
Walgren Enclosed Hoist
Walgren Co. will exhibit a new, enclosed hoist that combines the use of tank covers, a blower and a drip tray in a single hoist for anodizing, plating and specialty finishing operations.
Company Touts International Capability
Walgren Co. will be discussing its expanded global capacity through a joint venture with Walgren Asia Finishing Equipment LTD
Company manufactures anodizing systems for type I chromic acid, type II – sulfuric acid and type III hardcoat anodizing.
Zinc Plating Using Split Rail Technology
Thomas Regout was founded in 1834 on the principle that “achieving perfect results starts with the perfect tools.” To achieve perfect zinc plating, the company chose a split rail plating system...
Total Control Anodizing
Landmark anodizing system is excellent for semiconductor toolmakers...
High-Production Plating Line
Square D wanted its new plating line to meet the current three shifts, six days per week production in one shift, five days per week…