Business Development / Project Manager
Alex is the lead project manager at Western Spring Manufacturing and oversees the entire sales and product development cycle.
A long history of excellance
Established in 1909 as the Robert Goss Company, the business served as a blacksmith and machine shop. Charles Altstatt was employed as a foreman and in 1932 became owner. He pioneered the legacy of Altstatt family ownership with his strong German work ethic. Requests for coil springs and his insightful craftsmanship to produce them, lead to the specialty that nurtured the current Western Spring Manufacturing.
In the 1940s and 50s, Western Spring used coal boilers for heat to bend wire on lathes driven by overhead line shafts. Their perseverance and ingenuity guided the business forward as the original location at 443 Wall St. in downtown St. Paul served the company into the new millennium.
Western Spring moved to the industrial park of Hugo MN to provide the stage for new growth. Western Spring moved is now operated by the third and fourth generation of Altstatt’s.
A team of dedicated professionals
Western Spring Manufacturing is located at 13153 Fenway Blvd. N. Hugo, MN 55038 USA
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