Neenah Foundry is a manufacturing company in the north central United States, based in Neenah, Wisconsin. The company manufactures cast iron manhole covers, gratings, and similar items for municipal and construction applications. Neenah Enterprises, Inc. manufactures iron castings for the heavy truck, agriculture, construction, and related markets.
|Founded||1872, 150 years ago|
|Headquarters||2121 Brooks Avenue|
Neenah, Wisconsin, U.S.
|Products||Industrial iron castings (manhole covers, gratings, bollards, etc.)|
Neenah Foundry was established 150 years ago in 1872 by William Aylward, Sr., as Aylward Plow Works. The name was changed to Aylward and Sons in 1904 and to Neenah Foundry Co. in 1922. In 2003, the company filed for bankruptcy. In 2010, the foundry's parent company again filed for and emerged from bankruptcy.
- "History". Neenah Foundry. Retrieved 2013-07-07.
- Foundry Products: Competitive Conditions in the U.S. Market. Investigation No. 332-460; USITC Publication No. 3771. Washington, D.C.: United States International Trade Commission. 2005. pp. 3–8. Retrieved 2013-07-07.
- "Neenah Foundry owner emerges from bankruptcy". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 2010-07-30. Retrieved 2013-07-07.
- Bubala, Matt (June 14, 2016). "Chicago's manhole covers have been made at same foundry since at least 1920". WGN. Retrieved August 23, 2016.
- Nyman, Shane (6 Sep 2018). "Manhole Cover Madness: What to expect at Neenah's newest celebration". Appleton Post Crescent. Retrieved 7 January 2019.
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