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St. Paul Foundry Celebrates 150th Anniversary

Founded in 1869, St. Paul Foundry is celebrating its 150th anniversary. The company is a manufacturer of brass, bronze and aluminum cast components.

According to Maria Hartigan, Operations Manager for St. Paul Foundry, "We have a great legacy-from a blacksmith, forge and foundry to the aerospace foundry that we are today. All through the years we have stood for innovation and quality. We pride ourselves in taking a job that may have failed at multiple foundries and turning it into a success story."

In 1869, the railroads were moving west across the continent. In the early days, demand from the railroad was a key part of the business, and St. Paul Brass Foundry grew with the expansion of those markets. In 1900, electrical generation and firefighting equipment drove the company's growth. During the world wars it supplied the Allied efforts. After World War II, a surge of manufacturing innovation in America fueled the company's growth. "St. Paul Foundry became known for advanced technology and educational innovation, and by the 21st century had become an international leader in complex, high knowledge content castings," said a company spokesperson.

St. Paul Foundry is certified to AS9100D(2016) and ISO 9001:2015. The foundry supplies aerospace quality castings and manages the value-add supply chain for the following OEM markets: aerospace, naval, oil and gas, pumping, pressure equipment (PED), refrigeration, electric generation, compressed air, valves and over 100 more.

For more information contact:

James Hartigan, Engineering Manager

St. Paul Foundry

954 Minnehaha Avenue West

St. Paul, MN 55104


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