In 1969 Stan Baldwin started State Industries in Winnipeg, Canada, as a polyurethane parts manufacturer to serve the Canadian mining industry. Stan quickly saw the growing market for the durable cast polyurethane elastomer products in various industrial applications. As the company began to grow, so did its list of services, producing parts for the military, agriculture, automotive and mining industries.
In 1992, Payam Towfigh took over the operation. Today, State Industries services clients world-wide in our 40,000 sq.foot production plant. We custom manufacture polyurethane parts to meet our client's specifications. Our state-of-the-art CNC division allows State Industries to design,cut and shape virtually any material to create everything from industrial parts to works of art.