With an industrial engineering degree, and over 35 years of metalcasting experience, Alliant Castings welcomes Keith Fehlinger. Over his career, Keith has held roles as manufacturing manager, plant superintendent & melt manager. With experience in both high volume automotive as well as smaller jobbing foundries, Keith has been exposed to a variety of casting processes. […]Read more
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Alliant Castings a leading manufacturer of abrasion resistant castings, to attain certification to ISO 9001:2008
Winona MN, November 2013 The 9 month process concluded with a successful 3rd party assessment of Alliant’s Quality Management System by BSI International, an International Registrar. Alliant has now earned the right to display the coveted ISO 9001:2008 logo to demonstrate its achievement of their standards. “From the start of the project, 9 months ago […]Read more
When the going gets rough, you need tough parts. Castings that are stronger, tougher and last longer. You need CADI. CADI is a material that uses a matrix of ausferrite, carbides and nodular graphite to add strength and wear resistance to ductile iron parts. The result is an alternative to conventional steel and iron parts. The Stronger […]Read more
WINONA, Minn., Jan. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — United Machine and Foundry, a metal casting foundry founded 125 years ago as Diamond Huller, today announced that it is changing its name to Alliant Castings. CEO Tom Renk explains: “Our new name expresses our commitment to partner with clients to solve their engineering problems. We take pride […]Read more
WINONA, Minnesota (WXOW) – Congressman Tim Walz toured the facilities at United Machine and Foundry Corp. Thursday, before talking with employees and the company’s owner about the current situation in Washington in regards to a new highway bill. The metal casting company sells two thirds of its products to the road construction industry, and owner […]Read more