Manchester Stamping Corp.


By dhowell - Posted on 03 January 2008

The Manchester Stamping Corp. is relatively new to the community. The small Brooklyn Plant was bought by three Manchester men, Ted Stautz, now president, Eugene Bentschneider and Clarence Fielder, in 1963. The business and equipment was purchased from Brannock Construction of Brooklyn.

In February, 1966, the Stamping Corporation was moved into their new building, one mile west of Manchester on Austin Road.

The plant produces all types of metal stamping for numerous industries such as automotive, household, electrical and refrigeration. Products are shipped throughout this area and to Wisconsin, Ohio and Indiana.

The 7,000 sq. ft. cement block building is geared to production which is operated by semi- and non skilled help. Stamping that can be produced on punch presses up to 150 ton can be handled by the Manchester operation.