Welcome to Ward Manufacturing Co.
Our mission is to effectively and efficiently provide quality metal stampings that satisfy the specified requirements of its customers, and that comply with all statutory and regulatory requirements. We will serve our customers with superior service in our industry while creating extraordinary growth and sustainable profits. We will accomplish this by establishing an internal culture and core values of cooperation, understanding, continual improvement and community that involves all stakeholders.
"Providing excellence with exceptional customer service."
Proudly serving the metal stamping industry since 1944.
Tool & Die
The process starts here. Ward develops true relationships with each customer, partnering with them to develop the most cost effective and highest quality tooling solutions. We send specifications to our own onsite tooling designers who utilize the latest in CAD/CAM to design and manufacture dies to fit your needs.
Once your manufactured parts’ die has been made in our tool room, the die is then attached to one of our 32 presses, matched by the correct tonnage and press capabilities that are required for your select part. From there, our press operators work hard, punching out thousands of your almost finished product at the highest quality. Based upon project scope and if appropriate, Ward Manufacturing will invest in new equipment to provide optimal manufacturing capability.
Our onsite Quality Assurance department works directly with our production team, as well as our Tool & Die makers, to ensure your parts meet your specifications throughout the production process. In the event of any quality related challenges, the Ward team will be quick to react through direct personal contact with customers to identify the best long-term solution.
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