MacLean-Fogg Company

MacLean-Fogg Company

 

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Founded in 1925, MacLean-Fogg offered one lock nut to North America’s railroads. Through innovative product development and selected acquisitions, MacLean-Fogg Company has grown into a worldwide enterprise with 30 North American manufacturing facilities, 10 international facilities, annual sales of nearly $800 million and a worldwide workforce of 4,500 people.

MacLean-Fogg Company is the parent company of MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions, MacLean Power Systems, MacLean-Fogg International and MacLean Investment Partners.

      MacLean Power Systems

 

MacLean Power Systems is a leading manufacturer of products for electric utility, telecommunications and civil markets. MPS products include: automatic splices and bolted connectors, silicone rubber non-ceramic insulators for transmission, distribution and substation applications, hollow core insulators, surge arresters, guy and foundation anchors, pole line hardware, aluminum and ductile clamps, fiberglass brackets and guy strains, steel fabrications, and grounding equipment. 

      MacLean-Fogg International

MacLean-Fogg International (MFI) provides manufacturing and engineering of parts and components to meet customers' expectations for global supply and competitive pricing worldwide.

      MacLean Investment Partners

MacLean Investment Partners (MIP) is a private equity portfolio used to identify and invest in manufacturing and distribution businesses that leverage cutting-edge technologies with low cost country sourcing for Chinese casting, machining, aftermarket distribution, and highly engineered consumer products.

 

News

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Kettering University Wins the MacLean-Fogg Cup

MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions congratulates Kettering University for winning the internal combustion division of the 2014 SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge held March 3-8 at Michigan Tech University's Keweenaw Research Center. This collegiate design competition challenges teams to reengineer an existing snowmobile to improve environmental performance. Modified snowmobiles then compete in a variety of events including emissions, noise, fuel economy/endurance, and more. » Continue Reading

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