Casting Solutions since 1951
FIND A CAREER YOU CAN COUNT ON
From day one, our commitment to our customers has been simple - produce the highest quality casting, at the best possible value and do so with truly superior client service. These core values combined with innovation, cutting-edge technology and strategic partnerships has made us a leader in the industry for the past 65+ years.
Buck Company offers a unique experience for both ferrous and non-ferrous castings customers. ISO 9001:2015 certified, Buck Company pours Ductile Iron Castings, Malleable Iron Castings, Aluminum Castings, Bronze Castings and Brass Castings. Our integrated turnkey system combines In-house engineering, high quality standards and state of the art CNC Machining centers to eliminate waste, drive down costs, and create a culture of continuous improvement.
At Buck our customers enjoy access to Rapid Prototyping options, flexible production quantities, and Design For Manufacturing support. We also offer an on-site metallurgy Lab and an exceptional customer service team that puts customer needs first. Buck has everything customers need, Prototype to Production with the quality and value they rely on from one source. Welcome to Buck Company!
Are you looking for a new challenge or advancement?
Buck Company is searching for ambitious individuals to join our team!
"Heart of a lion with steady hands"
This position requires the operation of hand-controlled mechanisms to pour and regulate the flow of various types of molten metal into molds to produce castings.
"Technically gifted Master Level specialist"
This position requires the employee to operate automatic molding machines which make the sand molds that we eventually pour metal into.
"Mustang Speed and Surgical Precision"
Salvage Grinders are extremely important members of the Buck Company Team. Using various industrial grinding devices, Salvage Grinders are responsible for grinding off any excess metal that is present on our castings from the production process. They must be knowledgeable of all casting defects and be capable of identifying them with 100% accuracy.
"Stop, Look, Listen...This is how I roll"
This position requires the employee to operate a forklift to move product and materials throughout the foundry.
"What do you mean duct tape won't work?"
The Industrial Mechanic will complete preventative maintenance requirements on conveyor systems, production machines and furnaces to ensure proper operation along with various other duties. This is a great opportunity to join a global manufacturer committed to employee training and development.