Larson Forgings Celebrates 125 Years of Forging Steel
Chicago-based Larson Forgings, a manufacturer of open-die and rolled-ring forgings, is celebrating its 125th anniversary. The company was founded in 1895 by Charles E. Larson, who began hammering out horseshoes and small tools from his blacksmith shop near the Chicago River. Today, Larson Forgings is a global industry resource.
Providing specialized technical expertise and problem solving along with customized sizes, shapes and quantities of open-die and rolled-ring forgings, Larson Forgings has a rich history of setting quality benchmarks and exceeding customer expectations. The company is AS9100 certified, Nadcap accredited and America Society of Mechanical Engineers NCA-3800 quality-system certified (nuclear material).