We appreciate and respect our customers' reliance on their equipment. The ability to design and manufacture premium heavy-duty attachments, specialized to the requirements of each machine's job and capabilities, is the result of the combined effort of the entire Weldco team. With Weldco Companies, customers can be confident that they will get the highest quality products to get the job done right. Our attachments and cranes are recognized throughout the industry for their ability to maximize customers' value through superior performance and outstanding service. In the Oil Sands, Weldco is rapidly earning a reputation for providing quality workmanship on large steel assemblies and rebuilds.
Since 1945, Weldco Companies has grown substantially from a small welding shop in Vancouver to operating four comprehensive manufacturing facilities located in Edmonton (AB), Langley (BC), Barrie (ON), and Fort McKay (AB). In addition, a sales and engineering team operates at our Tacoma (WA) branch. Over the years, Weldco has achieved a strong wealth of knowledge, experience, skills, and technologies to build value for its customers. Weldco's extensive team of professionals produce innovative heavy equipment attachments, robust truck-mounted cranes, and large steel assemblies and repairs. Our progressive approach of regional design and engineering supports our manufacturing model, which in turn supports our customers' success.
Weldco is committed to operating in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable manner, while recognizing the interests of its stakeholders, customers, employees, business partners, local communities, environment and society at large.
Our social performance contributes to our long-term financial viability, which further promotes healthy communities and stable economies.
A few of the many organizations that Weldco and its employees support include the following:
• United Way
• Kids Up Front
• Food Bank
Weldco is a member of the Inuvialuit Development Corporation (IDC), representing the Inuvialuit of the North West arctic.