New Hamilton lobby decorated with balloons and one of our trade show booths.
Company president Dave Lippert welcomes our guests.
Mark Lippert explaining how our new automated CNC Cell works during a tour.
It was all party, party, party here a few weeks ago when Hamilton opened its doors to the public to officially celebrate the multi-million-dollar expansion of our newish corporate headquarters. The July 14 open house, co-sponsored by the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, gave us a chance to let down our hair and roll back the curtain for the community on our 65,000-square foot corporate, facility complete with robotic welders, tilt-up concrete walls, CNC machines, truck court, and powder paint system. And we’ve got the pictures to prove it.
Over 200 people attended—including family, friends, business leaders, city officials and even the Mayor of Hamilton, Pat Moeller. We were especially humbled and honored when Ohio Senator George Lang got up and described Hamilton as part of the renaissance of the capital city of Butler County in bringing more jobs to the community and revitalizing the area.
“Hamilton is on the rise,” he said, “and it’s a meteoric rise and it’s going to be driven by the business community.” Wow, we sure hope so. We couldn’t be more thrilled to be expanding our footprint and serving customers better in the city we love. It’s been a wild ride for everyone these last few years, as we slowly moved into our new headquarters in stages during a pandemic and up against supply chain issues to minimize customer disruption. The new space gives us much-needed room to grow and make durable, tough casters and carts for the aerospace/defense, automotive and heavy manufacturing industries. We so appreciate the community’s support—and yours.
Hamilton Caster senior leadership and city leaders during the ribbon cutting.