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The Development of Mountz Mexico

Posted by Mountz Torque May 1st, 2015    

With nearly 25 years of being in business, the Mountz reputation of providing quality fastening tools and torque solutions had also spread south down into Mexico. By 1990, Mountz had secured the reputation of being “The Torque Tool Specialists” within the Maquiladora Industry. The Maquiladoras were well established and the industry was growing. The need […]

 

Mountz – 50 Years of Providing Torque Solutions

Posted by Mountz Torque April 24th, 2015    
Torque Wrenches

This year marks the 50th anniversary for Mountz Inc. in business. Mountz is truly honored to have reached such a major milestone with the help from all of our customers as well as current and former employees. To be in business 50 years is no small feat. A study in Bloomberg Business Week magazine claims […]

 

Mountz Ushers in Second Generation

Posted by Mountz Torque April 9th, 2015    
Don Mountz and Brad Mountz

In 1998, Brad Mountz was nominated by the Board of Directors to succeed his father as President and CEO of Mountz, Inc. After several years of alignment and succession plan consultation, Don handed the reigns over to a second generation with hopes of continued grow and prosperity. The promotion for Brad came after years of […]

 

History of Sharing Profit with Employees

Posted by Mountz Torque March 30th, 2015    
Mountz 50th Anniversary

Early in its existence Mountz, Inc. embraced a profit sharing plan. The company’s attorney and Board member, Mr. Bill Walters designed the original plan in the early 1970s. The main reason for starting a profit sharing plan was to reward and retain loyal employees. As Mountz, Inc. grew it became clear that employee contributions and […]

 

The History of Mountz Alabama

Posted by Mountz Torque March 17th, 2015    

In February 1968 Lorna and Don Mountz purchased 40 acres of her family’s farm in Foley, Alabama. The site originally consisted of a creek (headwaters of the Magnolia River), a swamp, pine trees and cleared farmland. For the first ten or twelve years the land remained a farm and the cleared ground was rented to […]