Clinton Machine was started in 1964, in Ovid Michigan. The company had its roots in supplying roll-forming equipment for sheet metal products associated with the recreational & metal building industries. As the company transitioned ownership over the years, it moved in a different direction and became a manufacturer of equipment for the Automotive Industry, which included early robotic systems. In 1995, it expanded its equipment building skills to include lines of automated material handling equipment associated with the Steel Bar & Tube Industries. A few years later, in early 2000, Clinton Machine began working with a series of Induction Heating companies to provide various equipment automation required to produce integrated and turnkey Induction Heating Systems to the marketplace.
In 2013, Clinton Machine was acquired by the Inductotherm Group, a global entity that consists of 40 companies located throughout the world. The Group offers extensive expertise and advanced technology associated with the engineering, manufacturing, and service of thermal processing equipment, typically used in the transformation of metals, including; melting, heating, heat treating, forging, galvanizing, coating, cutting, and welding of metals. The Group draws together the expertise of 40 companies, with 38 manufacturing facilities located in 19 countries, to deliver innovative products throughout the world. Building on the “Global Yet Local” strategy, customers can expect the service, support, and quality of the Inductotherm Brand of products in their local areas around the world.
We are ISO 9001 certified, and we take the quality of our machines and our operations very seriously. Each internal process is held to the highest of standards to assure the professional execution for which we are known. Our goal is to achieve long-term reliability of our equipment in the field and impeccable performance in support of our customers and their products.