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About Wyoming Machine, Inc.

About Wyoming Machine, Inc.

Wyoming Machine, Inc. is a woman-owned family business that takes great pride in superior quality, efficiency and capability - backed by unmatched customer service. Put simply, we take care of you and get it right.

Our clients represent the diversity of metal fabrication requirements - from medical equipment to retail store fixtures, to heavy machinery manufacturers.

Wyoming Machine operates with 56 employees in a 55,000-square-foot facility. Sisters Lori Tapani and Traci Tapani are Co-Presidents who oversee day-to-day operations.

A Family Promise

We want to deliver the fastest turnaround and highest quality of any company in our industry.

Come to Wyoming Machine with a project - or just an idea - and we do everything possible to execute on what matters to you: cost, quality, timetable and superb results. We take that a step further by offering an experience second to none and a 100% guarantee that you will be satisfied.

Our seasoned team of craftsmen and experts are backed by leading-edge manufacturing methods and an amazing array of advanced technology tools. We apply continuous improvement practices to make our best, better. Give us a try...or challenge us by making a call for your next project.

Lori Tapani
Co-President
Traci Tapani
Co-President

What's in a Name.

Wyoming Machine began in 1974 when Thomas Tapani and two partners launched the company as a machine shop in Wyoming, Minnesota, about 30 miles north of the Twin Cities. Then much of it changed.

The company moved to an industrial park in nearby Stacy, Minnesota, and by the mid-1980s had replaced much of its machining work with metal fabrication.

In 1994, Tom's daughters, Traci and Lori (both with successful careers in finance), joined the company for, as they put it, "the chance to engage with people who make real products and to enjoy a balanced, family-centered life."

By 2000, the succession was complete and the remarkably close sisters were co-presidents of Wyoming Machine. Under their leadership the business has thrived, growing about 6% annually in a brutally competitive industry. "This company's capabilities, innovation, workforce expertise and pride keep us competitive," said Traci. "And the respectful, honest way we treat customers and each other keeps us successful," added Lori.

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