Governor Scott Walker Visits Badger Alloys

May 1st, 2014

Governor Scott Walker made a stop at Badger Alloys April 1, 2014 to celebrate the company’s 48th anniversary and graciously named the day, "Badger Alloys Day." Governor Walker met with the company's 125 employees and discussed his Blueprint for Prosperity, highlighting the changes to state income tax withholdings that went into effect April 1.

President Rob Cowen Honored with Bravo! Entrepreneurial Award

May 1st, 2014

Rob Cowen, president and CEO of Badger Alloys, Inc., has been recognized with the Bravo! Entrepreneur Award by BizTimes Media LLC. The Bravo! Entrepreneur Awards salute southeastern Wisconsin business leaders for their bold leadership, business growth and innovation.

Badger Alloys honored with 2013 Manufacturer of the Year Award

March 27th, 2014

Badger Alloys was honored with the prestigious 2013 Manufacturer of the Year Award from Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce on February 27, 2014. The award recognizes manufacturers for outstanding performance in workforce development, employee relations, manufacturing processes, operational excellence, environmental sustainability, and contributions to the community. Winners were selected by an independent panel of judges, who represented industry, education, and the public sector.

Badger Alloys named to MMAC’s 2013 Future 50!

September 26th, 2013

Badger Alloys, a family-owned and operated foundry that specializes in custom castings, has been named a 2013 Future 50 company by the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce’s Council of Small Business Executives (COSBE).

Sand reclamation will have big impact at Badger Alloys

September 26th, 2013

Badger Alloys recently installed a sand reclamation unit that will allow it to divert 17 million pounds of sand from landfills annually.

Badger Alloys named to ME3

September 26th, 2013

The company’s commitment to environmental sustainability is evidenced by our involvement in ME3, Milwaukee Economy, Energy, Environment. Badger Alloys was one of five manufacturers to become involved with ME3, which promotes the implementation of cost-effective sustainable manufacturing practices and technologies that reduce community-wide negative environmental impacts.

Badger Alloys uses free bikes as part of wellness program

September 26th, 2013

Badger Alloys employees have a brand new set of shiny wheels to get them motivated about wellness. The Milwaukee foundry gave about 75 employees custom fit bicycles, helmets and locks Friday to kick-off the company's new wellness program. All of Badger Alloys' 102 employees were invited to participate in the program and 99 enrolled. Before getting the bike, employees had to complete a health assessment and meet with a third-party to discuss results.

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