Scotchman Industries celebrates its 50th anniversaryClick image to enlarge

Scotchman Industries Inc. is celebrating 50 years of manufacturing metal fabricating equipment in the US.

According to the company, it has developed a reputation for customer loyalty and attention to detail, from production to replacing parts. 

Scotchman's customers have written testimonials about the company's products and service, many of which the company has posted on its web site.

“…You run a top notch organization, with excellent customer service which has earned my business. We are a small shop, but for all our cold saw needs, we will use your organization.”

Forrest Summers, HPL Enterprises, McKinney, TX

“No Other ironworker on the market comes close to a Scotchman!!!”

Dan Walter, Dan Walter Enterprises, LLC, Rozet, WY

“My ironworker is set up and performing flawlessly. Thank you for your help in getting this machine to me. Your lease program is a perfect solution to ownership. It [5014TM ironworker] is being used every day and pays for itself many times over everyday. The quality of the machine is very impressive. Thank you to all the employees at Scotchman for producing such quality.”

Ralp Marcantonio, Marcantonio Enterprises, LLC,  New Braunfels, TX

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