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1980
John and Terri Freudenberger open Industrial Steering Products, a predecessor and sister-company to Triton Metal Products. Today, both companies continue to serve customers throughout the Midwest.
1984​-​2002
Founder John Freudenberger pioneers several advancements that make an impact throughout the metal fabrication industry. Most notably, the Triton Metal Products team finds a way to bypass the need for custom dies traditionally associated with individual parts/models. This creates substantial cost savings for customers. In addition, ISP begins manufacturing the Pitman Arm and drag link steering components.
1997​-​2008
Business booms, requiring multiple expansions and six physical moves.
2002
Triton begins using the Shop System E2 ERP software, allowing for improved project flow and expanded inventory management capabilities.
2003
Triton Metal Products hires staff engineers and creates an on-site engineering department, solidifying its commitment to providing virtually every element of the fabrication process.
2004
The next addition to Triton Metal Products’ lineup of services is robotic welding.
2008
Triton purchases a tube laser, once again expanding its service offerings.
2010
After much growth, Triton Metal Products move for the eighth time. The company now operates from a newly-renovated, 93,000-square-foot facility in Hamilton, Indiana, where there is ample room for future growth.
1984
Triton Metal Products purchases its first Computer Numeric Control (CNC) machine, vastly expanding the company’s capabilities.
1996
Justin and Tricia permanently join the family business, bringing a wealth of experience from their previous careers and implementing process that ultimately help streamline operations at Triton.
2002
One of Triton’s customers presents a problem: They’ve designed a new suspension system for their RVs, but no other fabricator can figure out how to engineer the piece they need. Under the leadership of Justin Freudenberger, Triton figures out how to make the entire suspension kit and creates a prototype. Triton purchases a laser, and begins the project. This marks the beginning of the company’s transition from dedicated machine shop to multifaceted fabricator.
2003
After working at Boeing and Lougheed Martin, son John joins the family business.
2003
Triton Metal Products purchases its first press brake and laser cutter, allowing the company to provide additional services to a growing base of customers.
2006
Triton Metal Products receives the coveted ISO Certification, an industry benchmark for quality workmanship and performance.
2009​-​2016
Triton Metal Products experiences a period of growth, continually adding processes and expanding the breadth of its operations. The company’s commitment to providing innovative solutions is at the heart of its efforts.
2016
Sensing the need to create a more polished image and brand, Triton Metal Products embarks on a company-wide brand development project.
1980
John and Terri Freudenberger open Industrial Steering Products, a predecessor and sister-company to Triton Metal Products. Today, both companies continue to serve customers throughout the Midwest.
1984
Triton Metal Products purchases its first Computer Numeric Control (CNC) machine, vastly expanding the company’s capabilities.
1984​-​2002
Founder John Freudenberger pioneers several advancements that make an impact throughout the metal fabrication industry. Most notably, the Triton Metal Products team finds a way to bypass the need for custom dies traditionally associated with individual parts/models. This creates substantial cost savings for customers. In addition, ISP begins manufacturing the Pitman Arm and drag link steering components.
1996
Justin and Tricia permanently join the family business, bringing a wealth of experience from their previous careers and implementing process that ultimately help streamline operations at Triton.
1997​-​2008
Business booms, requiring multiple expansions and six physical moves.
2002
One of Triton’s customers presents a problem: They’ve designed a new suspension system for their RVs, but no other fabricator can figure out how to engineer the piece they need. Under the leadership of Justin Freudenberger, Triton figures out how to make the entire suspension kit and creates a prototype. Triton purchases a laser, and begins the project. This marks the beginning of the company’s transition from dedicated machine shop to multifaceted fabricator.
2002
Triton begins using the Shop System E2 ERP software, allowing for improved project flow and expanded inventory management capabilities.
2003
After working at Boeing and Lougheed Martin, son John joins the family business.
2003
Triton Metal Products hires staff engineers and creates an on-site engineering department, solidifying its commitment to providing virtually every element of the fabrication process.
2003
Triton Metal Products purchases its first press brake and laser cutter, allowing the company to provide additional services to a growing base of customers.
2004
The next addition to Triton Metal Products’ lineup of services is robotic welding.
2006
Triton Metal Products receives the coveted ISO Certification, an industry benchmark for quality workmanship and performance.
2008
Triton purchases a tube laser, once again expanding its service offerings.
2009​-​2016
Triton Metal Products experiences a period of growth, continually adding processes and expanding the breadth of its operations. The company’s commitment to providing innovative solutions is at the heart of its efforts.
2010
After much growth, Triton Metal Products move for the eighth time. The company now operates from a newly-renovated, 93,000-square-foot facility in Hamilton, Indiana, where there is ample room for future growth.
2016
Sensing the need to create a more polished image and brand, Triton Metal Products embarks on a company-wide brand development project.