DeGeest Steel Works Changes Name, Enters New Era as DeGeest

DeGeest Steel Works recently announced a name change – the second in company history – to simply DeGeest, a simplification that better reflect the company’s constant commitment to expanding its range of solutions and services for its customers. This is more than a name change. DeGeest’s offerings are expanding from exceptional steel fabrication to include Finishing and Automation.

On this episode of Manufacturing a Stronger Standard, several members of the DeGeest family got together with host Tyler Kern to reminisce about the company’s origins as DeGeest Manufacturing in 1976, the growth it’s experienced since, and the bright future ahead.

Tune in to hear President Derek DeGeest outline exactly what spurred this latest name change, Glenyce DeGeest harken back to the company’s earliest days, Scott DeGeest talk about his own experience in the family business, Matt DeGeest reflect on what being a part of the family business means to him, and Alicia DeGeest run down the company’s ever-present core values, and more.

The company’s capabilities in the steel industry aren’t going anywhere – they’re just being joined by a wide array of other exciting opportunities to better serve its valued customers, such as robotic painting, engineering, software, robotic service & maintenance, as well as selling finishing products like LestaUSA painting and finishing robots. With ‘A Stronger Standard’ at the root of it all, DeGeest services and products continue to stand for dependability, integrity, and pride.

Looking for a company with a commitment to long-term innovation and service? The answer’s simpler than ever – DeGeest.

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