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  • Founded in 1970, Temperform began with the vision of becoming a leading specialty manufacturer of steel castings. In January 2020, Temperform joined The C.A. Lawton Co. as part of a long-term acquisition and expansion strategy. They created a new specialty metals platform to better position both companies for growth in the industry. This merger allows each company access to the other’s products and enhances value-added offerings across our customer bases. Read the announcement here. In
  • The Lawton Standard Co. is pleased to announce the next step in building a comprehensive casting offering in the iron and steel segments of the foundry industry. This step involves installing effective operational leadership for each of its sites to direct the overall strategies of delivering quality castings from the newly formed family of foundries. Tim Horner will continue as Operations Manager of The C.A. Lawton Co. facility in Minster, OH.  Tim joined the operation
  • Specialty Metals HoldCo LLC, the parent company of The C.A. Lawton Co., Temperform, Damascus Steel Casting Company, and The C.A. Lawton Co. – Minster, OH (former foundry division of Nidec Minster), and the newly acquired Penn-Mar Castings is changing its name to The Lawton Standard Co. Alex Lawton, CEO of The Lawton Standard Co., says, “We knew the platform name was a placeholder for internal use. We needed time to define whom we wanted to
  • You are rarely more than 10 feet away from cast metal. Yet, how much do you know about foundries and metal casting? We’re here to change that. Welcome to our brand new blog! With 700+ years of employee foundry experience, we thought it was about time we stopped keeping all our knowledge to ourselves. We’ll be sharing casting industry news, engineering tips, quality updates, and employee perspectives on what it’s like to work here. Please