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Apache Stainless Equipment Corporation

  • Manufacturing
200 Industrial Drive
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
(920) 356-9900
Hours:
While we are an 8 to 5 office, manufacturing runs two shifts.

About Us

Apache is based just north of Madison, in rural Dodge County in the town of Beaver Dam. We are nationally known as a quality manufacturer of capital equipment for various industries, specializing in read more
  • About

    Apache is based just north of Madison, in rural Dodge County in the town of Beaver Dam. We are nationally known as a quality manufacturer of capital equipment for various industries, specializing in stainless steel and high alloys.

    We are extremely fortunate to be about to recruit and maintain employees with strong, Midwestern work ethics. Our hard working, employee - owned culture empowers employees to create a positive experience for our customers that also affect our company in a positive way.

  • Highlights

    • Started in 1975
    • In-house engineering
    • On-Site Passivation and Electropolishing
    • Active in promoting Manufacturing Careers
    • Employee-Owned
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  • Directions

    Head West on Industrial Drive off Hwy 151, proceed to 200 W. Industrial Drive.

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