Scot Forge Hosts Congressman Bryan Steil

For Immediate Release:

June 12, 2019

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Clinton, Wisconsin – Last week, ESCA Board member company Scot Forge hosted new member of Congress Bryan Steil (R-WI-01) at their facility in Clinton, Wisconsin. Congressman Steil met with employee-owners to discuss employee ownership and American manufacturing. Scot Forge employee-owners showed the Congressman the facility and gave their unique perspectives on working for an S ESOP company.

“Scot Forge is a great asset to our Clinton community,” said Rep. Steil. “From helping renew our nation’s infrastructure to forging parts for our country’s defense, Scot Forge is an industry leader. I’ll continue supporting policies that help encourage investment and job growth in Southeast Wisconsin.”

“At Scot Forge, everyone is an owner,” said Laura Diedrich, Marketing Specialist at Scot Forge. “We have a rich, 126-year history in the forging industry, and our unique culture has always been at the heart of our foundation. The values our company was founded on ring true today in every employee-owner. Thank you, Rep. Steil, for meeting with us, understanding the importance of our work, and discussing the benefits of employee ownership.”

Scot Forge is the United States’s premier provider of high-quality metal forging solutions. Their experts help deliver the largest range of open die forging capabilities in the nation. Headquartered in Spring Grove, Illinois, Scot Forge has over 496 employee-owners across the country, including 145 at its Clinton facility. Scot Forge has been an active member ESCA since 1999.

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