linked in

Corp History

Enprotech Corp History

1941 — Industrial Welding is formed as a welding shop servicing the Lansing, MI forging industry

1950 — P.E. Technologies was formed specializing in repair and steel manufacturing equipment design for its industry

1984 — Enprotech Corp was founded from Itochu International Inc. Machinery Division

1988 — Enprotech Corp acquires Industrial Welding and renames the business Enprotech Mechanical Services (EMS)

1997 — EMS acquires engineering and intellectual property of Danly Machine, a long established stamping press manufacturer

1998 — Itochu International acquires P.E. Technologies and renames the business Enprotech Steel Services (ESS)

2001 — EMS acquires engineering and intellectual property of Verson, another established metal stamping and hydroforming press manufacturer

2001 — Enprotech Corp acquires another facility in Laporte, IN to expand and better serve steel industry customers in that region

2003 — EMS formed a service agreement with Sumitomo Heavy Industries to provide after-sale service in North America

2006 — An alliance is formed with Lien Chieh Machinery to offer Verson LCM new precision hydraulic equipment and hydroforming presses

2010 — Mexico office established to provide technical sales support to customers throughout the country

2011 — EMS formed a sales agreement with Sumitomo Heavy Industries to provide new mechanical forging press equipment

2012 — EMS and ESS are legally merged; The combined entity is Enprotech Industrial Technologies (EIT)