From pulleys and packaging to dashboards and drills, all manufactured itemsare made from patterns. But who makes the patterns in the first place?
Companies like Owings Patterns, Inc., which crafts wood, metal and plastic patterns for the foundry industry. Recently relocated to spacious new quarters in Sellersburg, Indiana, the company’s engineers and skilled craftsmen create patterns and prototypes for all manner of intricate, manufactured parts. The company also produces thermo-formed plastic parts and packaging tooling.
The burgeoning business needed room to grow, so in December Owings Patterns moved into its new, expanded facility, investing some $2 million in the process and has committed to hiring 20 new employees, a move which will bring even more jobs to Sellersburg.
Wyatt has served Owings Patters in a broad range of corporate matters, from real estate to labor law, as well as helping with estate planning and succession planning for the owners who can carry this innovative company into the next generation.