Nov. 1, 2011—ThyssenKrupp Waupaca, Inc., the world’s largest non-captive iron foundry launched a newly designed corporate Web site, on-line at www.thyssenkruppwaupaca.com. The site showcases industry-leading iron casting processes — including high volume melting capabilities, custom vertical green sand molding, and automated finishing — and technologies such as automated iron pouring, robotic core making, dimensional analysis, 3-D modeling and other testing measures.
The new ThyssenKrupp Waupaca Web site meets the needs of purchasing managers and buyers searching for gray, ductile and compacted graphite iron castings. Navigation through the site has been designed for easier click-through to learn about the ThyssenKrupp Waupaca casting process and technologies, or find information about the Foundry’s exclusive Foundry 101 program. The site provides a greater level of information about gray and ductile iron castings. The History section was enhanced with more information and photography, and the Career sections provides an easier on-line application process.
ThyssenKrupp Waupaca, Inc., the largest independent iron foundry in the world, produces gray and ductile iron castings using state-of-the-art technology. Markets served include automotive, truck, agriculture, construction, hydraulics and commercial vehicles. With headquarters and three plants in Waupaca and one in Marinette, Wisconsin, as well as plants in Tell City, Indiana, and Etowah, Tennessee, the Foundry employs approximately 3,000.