Latrobe Foundry Machine & Supply Co. announced today the opening of a second machining location in Pasco, Washington. The site will machine items from aluminum bar and tube stock and will increase capacity to better serve customers across the country. The manufacturing facility in Whitney, Pennsylvania, will continue to cast and machine aluminum products.
The new facility is led by Michael Steiner, a fourth-generation owner. Michael joined the company in 2014 after several years with Ferguson Enterprises at the Oaks, Pennsylvania, location. “Because the Western United States and Western Canada account for more than 20% of our annual sales, we felt that it was important to have a family member and owner on-site,” said President Ted Steiner.
“I couldn’t be happier about leading this expansion of Latrobe Foundry in Washington,” said Michael Steiner. “This facility represents not only our commitment to our customers, but our dedication to continuing the legacy started by my great-grandfather 86 years ago. We will continue to provide the quality, American-made products we are known for while expanding our reach into new business sectors.”
Founded by Louis C Steiner in 1933, Latrobe Foundry Machine & Supply Co. is a third- and fourth-generation-owned and operated company which manufactures, machines, and distributes aluminum pipe fittings and flanges available in numerous stock sizes and styles, including standard, reducing, and butt weld. Socket weld couplings are also available. Products are manufactured from aluminum alloys 356-F and 6061-T6. Latrobe Foundry serves many industries, including but not limited to agriculture, fluid handling, marine, material handling, and trucking. The company is a member of the American Foundry Society and National Tooling & Machining Association. For more information, visit www.latrobefoundry.com.