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CWC Textron currently operates 287,000 square feet of manufacturing and technical support facilities producing cast iron engine components. CWC currently produces two types of cast iron: Ductile Iron and Alloyed Gray Iron. CWC manufactures engine components for a variety of applications including automotive, agricultural, and power sports engine programs. Examples of engine components produced by CWC include camshafts, balance shafts, and bearing caps. In addition to producing rough cast engine components, CWC have the capabilities to undertake rough machining and material hardening.

To support the demanding requirements of its customers, CWC has proudly earned the following certifications:

  • TS 16949
  • ISO-14001
  • QS-9002/ISO 9002

CWC Textron Building
CWC Forge - closeup

Did You Know?

CWC is the only foundry in the state of Michigan to be awarded the Clean Corporate Citizen designation by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. The Clean Corporate Citizen (C3) program highlights companies that have demonstrated environmental stewardship and a strong environmental ethic through their operations in Michigan. CWC is proud of its environmental record and participation in local environmental protection and restoration initiatives.

Fascinating Facts

CWC is a very large recycler. Recycled scrap steel makes up 50% of the raw materials used to manufacture its products. One of the biggest byproducts of CWC's operations, iron slag, is recycled and used in a variety of applications such as asphalt for road projects.