Alaark's Statement of Mission:
Alaark Tooling & Automation, Inc. is an industry leader focused on maximizing your productivity. While emphasizing workplace safety and personal development, we will continually improve our products and services through innovation and creative thinking to meet our customers’ needs. Alaark relentlessly strives for on-time delivery of the highest quality product, and believes that following this mission will allow Alaark and our business partners to prosper.
Alaark was incorporated in 1987 as a custom machine shop with a handful of employees and a few manual machines. Since that time, we have grown in numbers of employees and in capabilities. The Alaark of today employs over 60 highly skilled engineers, tool and die makers, machinists, and electricians using state of the art CAD and CNC equipment. We are located in the Sheboygan Business Center just off of I-43 on the south side of Sheboygan.
In the spring of 2009, Stainless Steel Solutions was formed as a subsidiary of Alaark. SSS is a segregated stainless steel machining, fabrication and R and D facility located in the Town of Sheboygan Business Park just off of I-43 on the north side of Sheboygan. SSS primarily serves the needs of the food industry. See Stainless Steel Solutions.
In the fall of 2008, Alaark acquired longtime customer Jenkins Systems, renaming it Jenkins Systems and Service. Jenkins has been serving the woodworking industry since 1873. See Jenkins Systems and Service.
Our priorities are, and always have been on-time delivery and quality, backed by outstanding customer service. We achieve this through careful production planning and flexible capacity. Our main purpose is to make your business run smoother by:
- Supporting your tool room
- Being your engineering staff
- Enhancing your existing capabilities
The staff and resources of Alaark Tooling and Automation, Jenkins Systems and Service, and Stainless Steel Solutions offer a wide range of products, services, and solutions to serve our customers' diverse and growing needs.