Winsert acquires Alloy Cast Products, Inc. The acquisition increases Winsert's metal forming capabilities and adds Rexalloy® to Winsert's ever-growing alloy portfolio.
Winsert wins 33rd annual Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year. This is the 2nd time in 3 years that Winsert has won the prestigious award.
Mark Coduti becomes Winsert's third president, succeeding Trisha Lemery.
Winsert is acquired by Altus Capital Partners. The acquisition will allow Winsert to expand capabilities and bring innovative alloy solutions into new markets.
Winsert receives "partner" status from a global OEM for 11 straight years.
Winsert is recognized by global OEM as a Partner Level supplier for 10 straight years.
Winsert wins Innio's Quality Supplier Award.
Winsert recognized by a global OEM as a Consistent Best Performer Supplier.
Winsert wins Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Grand Award for manufacturing excellence and innovations in 2018.
For the second straight year, Winsert receives best supplier of "Finished Parts America - Gold" award from Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG for 2018.
Winsert breaks ground on another plant expansion. An additional 20,000 sq. ft. was dedicated to precision machining, grinding , and foundry operations.
Winsert wins the Supplier of the Year Award from a global OEM.
Winsert celebrates its 40 year anniversary. Winsert is awarded the 2016-2017 United States Family Business Award of Excellence from EY.
Winsert opens and dedicates the new 10,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art Stephen A. Dickinson Materials Research Center.
Trisha Lemery wins regional and national EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards for manufacturing and family business.
After yet another expansion, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker visits Winsert to tout its growth, innovation, and exports.
Trisha Lemery takes the reins as President & CEO from her father. Winsert becomes a participant in Wisconsin's Green Tier Program.
Winsert awarded United States patent for W10-P®. Winsert receives Manufacturing Award of Distinction for prior year's export performance by a WI manufacturer.
Winsert develops a sophisticated capability for measuring the wear performance of materials it is developing and offering to its customers.
Winsert receives United States patent for its flagship alloy, W77T6-P®.
Stephen Dickinson creates the Materials Research Department to focus on alloy development. Dr. Xuecheng Liang joins the Winsert family.
Winsert expands its customer base to Europe.
After its latest expansion, Winsert is recognized by the state of Wisconsin as the "showcase of the state".
Winsert is founded as a valve seat insert manufacturer by Stephen A. Dickinson at 29 years old.