New and Updates

“Safety First” Protocols Best Prevent Workplace Injury

            According to the 2013 National Safety Council Injury Facts, over 100,000 manufacturing employees experience a work-related job injury each year. If a critical piece of equipment must go offline because the operator suffered an injury, the operational and financial consequences can be extensive and felt long after the operator… [...]

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FRG Celebrates 30th Anniversary

On Friday, February 2nd, Forge Resources Group celebrated 30 years serving our customers. First National Bank of Omaha catered a celebratory lunch for our entire staff. The partnership between FRG and First National goes back to February 2nd, 1988. Don Jones and Tim Struthers worked until 2 a.m. to finalize the details of transferring ownership… [...]

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Governor Bruce Rauner Visits FRG

Governor Bruce Rauner of Illinois visited Forge Resources Group and the Dekalb Forge facility. FRG president Don Jones led the governor and his team on the tour of the production facilities. Recent expansion of die design and CNC machining capabilities highlighted the tour. The governor also spoke to the FRG team and local media regarding… [...]

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Assets of F.C. Mason Company Acquired

On December 30th, 2016, the majority of assets and the ownership of FC Mason Company, Inc.  were acquired by Forge Resources Group (FRG). F.C. Mason supplied and distributed manufactured parts from the agriculture, forestry, mining, construction, and transportation industries for over 119 years. The acquisition allows for continued growth in these markets, and additional capacity. Should… [...]

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Plant Engineering Committee Meeting

The Plant Engineering Committee met at our Corporate Office for their fall meeting. The committed was formed through the Forging Industry Association, which offers training on various topics in the forging industry.  The meeting took place on Friday, September 16, 2016. The main purpose of the committee is to plan and finalize training and development… [...]

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