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Keats Manufacturing Company has two full-service, state-of-the-art facilities to better serve our customers and their needs.

Founded in 1958, Keats Manufacturing is headquartered in Wheeling, Illinois. Our Keats Southwest facility is located in El Paso, Texas. Both of our locations utilize advanced technology and innovative machinery to successfully serve our customers’ custom small metal stamping, wire form and assembly requirements.

No matter the complexity or order size of your project, no matter the location, we are fully capable of delivering to final products of the highest possible quality at affordable prices on time, every time.

Contact us today to learn more about our facilities and how we can fulfill your custom metal stamping, wire form and assembly needs. We look forward to working with you.

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Keats Manufacturing (Wheeling, IL)

• 110 employees
• 76 four-slide and multi-slide
• 12 metal stamping presses
• Operates 24 hours a day, 5 days a week
• Provides prototyping services to facilitate high volume orders of up to 50 million parts.

Quantity Type
5 #1 Baird
3 00Baird
7 S1F Nilson
5 752 Nilson
10 33 U.S. Baird Multi-Slide
1 60 Ton Johnson, Niagara
Quantity Type
5 0 Nilson
3 S2F Nilson
12 28 U.S. Baird Multi-Slide
1 15 Ton Minster
2 45 Ton Stamtec, Walsh
3 60 Ton Minster

Keats Southwest (El Paso, TX)

• 45 employees
• 40 four-slide and multi-slide
• 11 metal stamping presses
• Equipment from Nilson, Baird, Stamtec, Bliss and Niagara
• Operates 24 hours a day, 5 days a week
• Provides prototyping services to facilitate high volume orders of up to 50 million parts.

Quantity Type
1 Minyu CNC
4 #1Baird
5 S1F Nilson
2 752 Nilson
5 33 U.S. Baird Multi-Slide
1 2000 Wunsch
1 37 Ton V&O
1 60 Ton Johnson, Niagara
1 100 Ton Bliss
Quantity Type
1 0 Nilson
3 S2F Nilson
16 28 U.S. Baird Multi-Slide
1 15 Ton Minster
1 35 Ton Perkins
3 45 Ton Stamtec, Walsh
1 90 Ton Bliss
1 60 Ton Minster
1 150 Ton Niagara

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