In Pulaski County, our diversified manufacturers produce goods ranging from drainage tile and liquid filtration bags to handicap-accessible vehicles and garbage-truck hoists. Of course, these guys aren’t the only ones keeping our economy moving. Our school corporations, the County, and our nursing/assisted-living/retirement facilities all employ a lot of residents, plus folks from neighboring counties. With more than 250 employees, Pulaski Memorial Hospital is a tremendous asset, as both a major employer and a top-notch provider.
Our companies engage in and support local activities and provide stability in tough times. Below, you can learn more about our major private-sector employers and and the rest of our manufacturers. Scroll down to the map at the bottom of our Economic Development homepage to see where in the county these companies can be found!
The story of the Braun Corporation begins with Pulaski County-born founder Ralph Braun. Diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy and unable to walk by the age of 15,…Read more
Plymouth Tube Co. is a specialty manufacturer of precision steel tubing, steel and titanium near-net Shapes, and steel and titanium cold-drawn shapes. Composed of ten manufacturing plants,…Read more
The Clutch Hitters
Good Oil Company
Founded by Don O. Good, Sr., in 1941 in Monterey, Good Oil Co. was involved mainly in the sale and delivery of petroleum products to farm and…Read more
Metal Fab Engineering
Metal Fab Engineering got its start in the mid-1960s as a design and fabrication shop for antique auto parts. Thanks to the efforts of ownership and the…Read more
The result of generations of entrepreneurship that started with a stone quarry and an auto-parts store, Standard Industrial is essentially three companies in one, providing industrial-supply,…Read more
Winamac Coil Spring
Winamac Coil Spring, Inc. (WCS), is owned and operated by generational descendants of their original founder, Walter Pesaresi. Established in Winamac 1948, the company relocated to nearby…Read more