Centrally located in Southwest Missouri, Press Room Equipment Company is the best value in Press Feeding and Coil Handling Equipment. For over 40-years we have provided industry leadership and design innovation.
From our introduction to the metal stamping market with our first generation Air Feed, we have developed a full line of stamping related equipment with standard features found only as options on competing equipment.
We use the latest CAD technology to design your machines. We still manufacture components for our original equipment from 40-years ago. This allows us to take care of our past, present and future customers. Using PRE to design your production line, you can feel confident knowing we are using the latest technology along with years of experience to create the best solution to your problem.
Using the best manufacturing technology, Press Room Equipment Company fabricates, machines, wires and assembles all equipment in our own facilities. We keep complete control over our production and quality.
Skilled, dedicated team members build your equipment for a long and productive life. We are here for replacement parts and problem solving when you need us. Challenge us with your application!
Norwalk Innovation began in Connecticut in the early 1990’s to serve the need for an economical pay-off device for light gauge, narrow material. The Norwalk Innovation Un-Coiler is the most innovative, well known pallet decoiler in the industry. Norwalk Innovation was acquired by Press Room Equipment Company in 2009.
Waddington Electronics, a division of Press Room Equipment Company, was founded in 1956, and originally focused on machine and industrial wiring. Today, Waddington’s product line has expanded to over 60 models and sizes of roll feeds, with six different stock straighteners. All of our machines feature custom controls and control panels that we build in-house to ensure top-quality performance and longevity. At Waddington though, that’s just the beginning as we are known for our custom solutions. In fact, Waddington often looks at jobs that other companies won’t, and finds a way to make the application work.