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Our History


Winterville Machine Works started in 1957 with this philosophy:

"The ability of any firm to stay in business, to prosper, to provide good jobs for its employees, and to earn a return for its stockholders, depends, in large part, on the climate of public opinion in which it operates. The most direct effect of public opinion is on sales, and therefore, on jobs and earnings. People hold a high opinion of a business when they can depend on quality work, meeting scheduled delivery, and competitive prices."

Today's management continues with this ideal.


Winterville Machine Works excels in producing special machine assemblies and parts that other shops simply cannot deliver. Beginning in 1957 with its first client, DuPont, the Company has a history of successfully servicing the needs of the most demanding Fortune 500 manufacturers.

The tradition of quality service is based on the merits of skilled, long-term employees, many with 20 - 30 years experience, and the commitment to continually upgrade production equipment. Today's close-knit company is capable of handling your machining and turnkey jobs, whether simple or complicated. Our in-house capabilities for fabricating, machining and plating all within one plant enable us to deliver with less lead time and greater quality and cost control.

Our services continue to be customized as well as the most advanced available.
 

WMW At-A-Glance

ISO_2001_LOGO.jpgISO 9001-2008 Certified
  • Machine Shop, Fabrication Shop and Plating Shop in one location. 
  • Complete ERP control system in use to ensure quality and on-time performance
  • Family-owned business supporting the American economy
Our personnel are highly trained and work to very close tolerances specified by today's customers. We are familiar working with stainless steel, monel, magnesium, tool steels, cold roll steel, aluminum, aluminum bronze, cast irons, brass, ductile iron, and steel castings.

Also, available in our shop is equipment for building up surfaces by spraying, steel, aluminum, brass, stainless steel, tungsten carbide, and ceramics.

Need information on our plating shop? Visit wmwplating.com

Learn more about our marine products at www.wmwmarine.com
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