WELDY ENTERPRISES MISSION STATEMENT
Our Mission is…
To provide the highest quality products and services allowing us to meet or exceed our customers expectations
To promote our products and services in a manner that meets or exceeds our suppliers needs and expectations
To create an atmosphere of trust with customers and suppliers that enhances long-term business relationships
To encourage our employees to develop their individual abilities personally and professionally
To become a trusted business partner.
By 1976, Levon and his wife, Grace, saw the need to move to larger facilities, in part to manufacture his unique, patented livestock pen for fairgrounds. Since that time, the plant in Wakarusa has been in continuous operation.
Don and Linda Hahn, who purchased the firm in 1985 from Mr. Weldy, have continued his tradition of manufacturing reliable products with friendly service. A tradition continued by Don and Linda’s son Darren after Don’s Death in 2012.
In 1992, a resale division was added, and includes product from Patz, Hampel (Calf-tel), Miraco (Mirafount), Millcreek, J&D Manufacturing, Stronghold and Smidley.
In 2001, Weldy Enterprises bought the rights to manufacturing Handi-Klasp Livestock Equipment with its focus on manufacturing horse equipment. This provides Weldy Enterprises the ability to manufacture the best equipment needed in both the cattle, dairy, and horse industry. In 2013 Arrow Farmquip was added to bolster the cattle handling equipment offering from Weldy Enterprises.
Weldy Enterprises continues to grow as it diversifies by offering more products and services for the agricultural (primarily livestock-related), commercial and industrial markets while also increasing its customer base through an enthusiastic dealer sales network and by serving its retail customers.
Our staff is the solution to your Livestock and Material Handling needs.
In loving remembrance of…
We would like to remember Don Hahn, President from 1985 until September 3rd of 2012 when he died of natural causes. His dedication, outlook on life, and calm will be missed by all of us and many others who had grown accustomed to speaking to him over the phone.
We also want to remember Mark Hahn, Vice-President of Weldy Enterprises, who died of a heart attack at age 43. His smile, laughter and caring will be remembered by customers and ourselves.