Associated Machine Design, Inc. | tomorrow’s solutions… today

 

People

With a dedicated staff with over 200 years of combined experience, we operate around the clock to meet your needs. We have a full complement of experienced manufacturing, assembly and engineering personnel, along with the necessary support staff to complete your project on time and on budget.

Focus

We are committed to building long-term business relationships to allow both companies to add value to each other. A key component of value is trust and satisfaction. We have the resources (both financial and personnel) that will allow us to make a long-term commitment to you and your company.

This commitment will allow the level of trust and comfort to increase as we move forward together. The end-result of your experience with us will end with a high degree of satisfaction and value.

Facilities

We have the capabilities and the desire to handle all of your project’s needs no matter how big or how small. Our alliance driven Green Bay, WI facility is state of the art. With over 130,000 sq. ft of design, manufacturing and assembly space, we can accommodate almost any project need.

Our History

2015

AMD acquires REM Manufacturing, Inc and continues to expand their capabilities.

2010

AMD affiliate Purecart Enterprises purchases Purecart® product line.

2003

AMD Purchases the Corrugated Division of PCMC. Begins to support the existing Litho Laminator equipment line.

2002

AMD Purchases designs and intellectual property of Machinery Renovation Technology (MRT)

2000

AMD continues to grow, relocates to current site at 610 Baeten Road.

AMD and Lindquist Machine Corporation (LMC) form Strategic Alliance to better service customer needs.

1999

Associated Machine Design, Inc. (AMD) is incorporated in Green Bay, WI.

(Primary business focus is equipment renovations and custom equipment supply.)

AMD Purchases O&E Division of PCMC including all designs and project history.

AMD begins supporting existing O&E /Hewitt customers for parts and services.

1994

KRC-Hewitt Engineering / Product Design Group is sold to Paper Converting Machine Company (PCMC).

Entire division relocates to become part of O&E Machine (Division of PCMC) Green Bay, WI.

1991

Kernen Rubber Company (KRC) purchases Hewitt Machine Company to become KRC-Hewitt.

(Focus becomes more on roll production and rubber covering of rolls.)

1985

REM Engineering is founded in New Jersey by former employees of the Arrow Converting Company.

1984

Appleton Machine Company is purchased by Wartsila Group (Later becomes Valmet / Metso Paper)

 

A portion of Appleton Machine’s engineering group leaves to become part of Hewitt Machine Company in Neenah, WI.

(Company concentrates on paper machinery rebuild and upgrades, new specialty equipment.)