Bradbury Celebrates 60th Anniversary
By Metal Center News Staff
on May 28, 2019
Equipment manufacturer the Bradbury Co. is celebrating its 60th anniversary. The company was founded in 1959 as Roll Formed Products by Floyd Bradbury and Jack Lacy, manufacturing roll-formed products and roller die tooling.
In 1964 the company was renamed Bradbury Co., Inc. and moved to an egg room of an old creamery building in Moundridge, Kansas. Additional investments through the years have resulted in a facility that utilizes 600,000 square feet of space in 10 manufacturing facilities around the world. The company has a presence on five continents and operates in 89 countries.
Today, the company offers highly engineered, custom equipment including complete roll forming production lines, precision levelers, coil processing production lines, equipment control solutions, and customized automated production Industries served include metal buildings, insulated metal panels, garage doors, grain storage, steel framing, railcar production, HVAC, appliance, transportation, guardrail and highway safety, aircraft, and automotive, as well as extensive sales to the metal distribution market.