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Waupaca Foundry, Inc. is headquartered in Waupaca, Wisconsin, and operates six state-of-the-art iron foundries in strategic locations in Wisconsin, Indiana and Tennessee.
Waupaca Foundry began operations in 1955 when Clifford Schwenn purchased Pearson Foundry Machine Shop in Waupaca, Wisconsin. During this period the foundry employed 13 and poured 2-3 tons daily. Today, Waupaca Foundry melts up to 9,500 tons of iron daily, across six plants. See full history here


Contact Info

For media inquiries, please contact:
James Newsome
Waupaca Foundry, Inc.
Telephone: +1 920-224-2096

Sara Timm
Waupaca Foundry, Inc.
Telephone: +1 715-701-1970

Expert commentary available on these topics:
• Foundry Operations
• Robotics used in Manufacturing
• Metallurgy/gray and ductile iron
• Environmental leadership in Manufacturing
• Supply Chain Management
• Employee development and retention
• Safety in Manufacturing



Company History
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Our Sustainability Story
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• Air Pollution Control
• Sand Recycling
• Water Conservation
• Energy Reduction


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