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The Lawton Standard Co. is combining resources to better serve our customers and other stakeholders affected by our operations. One change we are currently making is the transition of all our facilities to a common business system, an ERP, or an Enterprise Resource Planning program. The new system, Odyssey, is being implemented at The C.A....
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A lot has happened with the Lawton Standard family of foundries. In January 2020, The C.A. Lawton Company and Temperform were the first foundries to combine to serve our customers better. Since then, our family has continued to grow! (View our complete timeline here.) How we’re keeping customers informed New Lawton Standard customers sense that...
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Ashley Anderson is our Senior Staff Accountant for both our De Pere, WI, and Novi, MI locations. Ashley received her bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay because she felt as though it was a stable career path. We had the pleasure of having Ashley be a part of our team for...
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American Iron (AIA), a Lawton Standard company based in Waukesha, Wis., will begin stocking Versa-Bar continuous cast iron bar products and other alloy bars (including bronze) at their sister company, QESC, in Houston, Texas. Having another distribution point will reduce transit time and improve delivery dates. The Houston outlet will also offer tubing, milling, and...
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We want to thank everyone who contributed to our growing success this year. All of you have worked so hard, and we want to thank you for being such a great team. We hope that everyone has a fantastic holiday break with loved ones nearby. Watch your favorite movies, eat the best food, and most...
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As The Lawton Standard family grows, closer coordination of casting orders becomes possible. We work with multiple locations and divisions of many global companies. This often eliminates scheduling conflicts and delays. For example, let’s say one division has ordered a set of castings to replenish its inventory – it’s not urgent. Yet, it’s first in...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date:  11/10/22 Contact:  Tim Flannery, CFO Lawton Standard, 312-622-5526, tflannery@lawtonstandard.com The Lawton Standard Co. announces that American Iron & Alloys joins the Lawton family De Pere, Wis. – The Lawton Standard Co. has recently added American Iron & Alloys, LLC (AIA), located in Waukesha, Wis., to the Lawton Standard family as part...
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Blake Albritton, CTO of The Lawton Standard Co. and industrial engineer gives us a quick lesson in metallurgy. Follow along as he explains what ductile iron is and how it is made. Transcript: On behalf of the Lawton family, welcome to “Four-minute metallurgy,” where we will attempt to explain metallurgical or foundry engineering concepts in...
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Tom Dominiczak, the Pattern Shop and Quality Manager at the C.A. Lawton Co. in De Pere, WI explains the importance of having quality tooling, how proper tooling should be designed for the foundry it plans to be used at, and how subpar tooling can affect the outcome of castings that the tooling was designed to...
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The Lawton Standard Co. held its annual Leadership Summit on October 12-13 in Green Bay, WI.  This event provided an opportunity to unite leaders of all foundry sites and functional support areas. The working session was time for managers who typically work “in the business” to direct efforts to work “on the business.” Barry Adamski...
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