History

History of Entrust

Follow Entrust Manufacturing Technologies from its roots to the globally recognized machine tool technology company it is today.

Today

Continuing investments in staff, manufacturing technology, and product development improve our enterprise.

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2015

Major investments in facility and technology increase capabilities for size and tolerance manufacturing of components with the largest, most accurate double-column Okuma machine of its kind in North America.

2011

Entrust changes name to Entrust Manufacturing Technologies, Inc.; German subsidiary UNISIG GmbH is founded to service European markets.

2010

Third facility expansion includes 50 ton cranes and a high bay assembly. Growth continues through strong Asian and European sales.

2009

Broader growth, business development, and stability strategies are put into place, with a commitment by shareholders for future significant investment in a healthy business.

2003

With the current management team in place, a growth strategy is formed to include substantial international business as well as increase sales in North American markets.

1997

Current president Tanya Palmer joins Entrust as Controller.

1995

Entrust acquires the UNISIG brand and begins to invest engineering resources to improve technologies, as well as redefine performance expectations from the deep hole drilling market.

1994

Current CEO Anthony Fettig joins Entrust’s team as a key part of the engineering department.

1989

Second major expansion creates large system assembly bay for increased capacity.

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1982

First facility expansion increases assembly and machine shop capacity.

1973

Entrust is founded as Entrust Tool and Design Co., Inc. by John Korosec in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. Entrust produced specialized machines and provided contract manufacturing services.