Wisconsin Oven's blog - History

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Looking Forward to 2019

Posted: Jan 24, 2019 | Categories: History
After experiencing yet another year of growth in 2018, Wisconsin Oven Corporation is looking forward to another exciting year in 2019! We are also looking forward to bringing you more informative blogs in 2019 that showcase not only how our industrial ovens are used but also maintenance, performance, and buying tips. Last year we focused on how our industrial ovens play a role in everyday life. In case you missed it, we featured topics such as how the springs in your mattress are tempered in an industrial oven, how wrinkle-free shirts save you time in the morning thanks to a

Wisconsin Oven - 2018 Year In Review

Posted: Dec 21, 2018 | Categories: History
2018 was another year of unprecedented growth here at Wisconsin Oven. The growth we experienced in 2017 led to many new employment opportunities in 2018. This continued growth allowed for the shipment of 224 pieces of equipment to companies in industries such as composites , aerospace , technology, and automotive . This equipment included a mix of custom and standard batch and conveyor ovens that were used for curing composites, treating aluminum castings, post curing refractory material, and stress relieving automotive springs. Another highlight from 2018 was the development of the Wisconsin Oven Universal Training Center (WOC-U). Dave Strand, President

Looking Forward to 2018 at Wisconsin Oven

Posted: Jan 25, 2018 | Categories: History
“You are never more than a few feet away from something manufactured in a Wisconsin Oven.” ~ Hank Kubicki, founder Wisconsin Oven Our blog series in 2018 will highlight just how true that statement is. From the wrinkle-free shirt you put on in the morning to the bedsprings that give you a good night of sleep, our equipment plays a role in the processing of more products than you might imagine. Please take moment to watch this video on all the everyday products made possible by Wisconsin Ovens. Last year, our blogs touched on how industrial ovens are used in

Wisconsin Oven –2017 Year in Review

Posted: Dec 20, 2017 | Categories: History
2017 has been a busy year here at Wisconsin Oven. To accommodate increases in equipment sales, we recently acquired a neighboring facility in East Troy, WI. The new facility will provide us with the additional manufacturing and office space needed to grow. This year the employees of Wisconsin Oven have also continued their donation program with United Way giving back to the community throughout the year along with our holiday giving initiatives. As a leading employer in the Walworth county area, it is important for us to pay it forward to those in need in our community. Continued Expansion in

End-of-the-Year Recap: Looking Back on 2016

Posted: Dec 20, 2016 | Categories: History
With the year drawing to a close, the team at Wisconsin Oven Corp. is looking forward to a productive 2017 and looking back at some of our greatest accomplishments of 2016. This month, we want to recap some of our most noteworthy posts of the year. Highlights Expanding our Capabilities, Better Serving our Clients In our March blog post , we announced some of our most exciting news of the year — the addition of a West Coast manufacturing facility. This new facility allows us to better serve our many customers out West, decreasing downtime, reducing freight costs, and allowing

12 Months of Expansion at WOC

Posted: Jan 20, 2017 | Categories: History
As we reach the end of January, the Wisconsin Oven team is looking forward to a 2017 full of growth and success. The three areas of development we want to focus on are physical expansion, company growth, and internal engagement for external success. This will include a new facility, the addition of new employees and implementing a comprehensive training program. Currently, WOC is looking to expand into a neighboring manufacturing facility to accommodate our continued growth and increase our production capacity. With our customers as a key fuel for motivation, we are refining both our footprint in custom equipment and