About Milwaukee Forge, Since 1913
About Milwaukee Forge
Milwaukee Forge was started in 1913, providing High Quality Steel Forgings to customers in various industries. It has been at its present location since 1918 and has grown the customer base through expanding the types of forgings offered, outstanding quality and dependable service.
Milwaukee Forge has a well-known name within the forging industry, as well as among the industries we serve, including Construction Equipment, Farm Equipment, On/Off Highway Truck, Power Transmission, Military, Railroad, Oil & Gas, Industrial Power Equipment, and Tier 1 Machine Shops.
Our customers are offered products such as gears, shafts, pinions, knuckles, spindles, spiders, yokes, king pins, sprockets, couplings, rings, covers, tie downs, nuts, valves, elbows, flanges, end caps, bearings, ground engaging tools, and many more.
We provide both short and medium size run quantities for our customers ranging in sizes from 2 pounds up to 100 pounds. All forgings are produced at our facility in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. As a customer of Milwaukee Forge, you will have the benefit of enjoying a long term and stable relationship, just ask any one of our 200 customers. Let us continue to exceed your expectations as we grow and expand our company for another 100 years.
Read about our keys to continued success in our article featured in Manufacturing Today.
Over 100 Years of Forging Service
Vision: To be the premier forging partner by demonstrating superior customer value through an engaged community and an alignment of value added services.
Mission Statement: Milwaukee Forge advances forging communities we serve through exceptional customer care, on time delivery and product quality enhanced through a commitment to each other’s success while growing our people and our business.
Respect – basic building block to build cohesiveness; the minimum requirement for growing our people and committing to their success. We treat each other with dignity and respect; with fair compensation and benefits.
Passion – passion drives resourceful problem solving.
Excellence – a notch above doing it right the first time.
Safety – “nothing more be said in a manufacturing environment.”
Quality – commitment to repeatable, predictable results and conformance to specifications.
Data Driven – quantitative methods to control processes and let the data speak.
Fun – today it is more difficult to separate work from play; fun people are engaged.
Forward Thinking – plan, anticipate what is coming at you.