We are a custom manufacturing company serving the construction industry. Automated Products manufactures roof trusses, floor trusses, wall panels (including tall walls) and floor panels and floor decks. We provide engineered wood products and metal connector materials.
API is a member of many organizations including, Wisconsin Truss Manufacturers Association, Structural Building Components Association, Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce, Madison Builders Association, Wausau Area Builders Association, National Association of Home Builders, Wisconsin Frame Builders Association, Mid Shores Home Builders Association, and Lumber Producers Council.
The Beginning Years:
Automated Products was founded in 1964 primarily to provide roof trusses to the manufactured housing and residential construction industries. In the mid 1980's the company was purchased by Gary Korpela who has retained the ownership to this day.
The wall and floor panel portion of our company was founded in 1995. By 2001 we began manufacturing wall panels and floor panels to meet the increasing demand for these products in the residential and commercial construction industries.
Where we're going:
Today Automated Products, Inc. has nearly 100 employees who are committed to upholding the work ethic and customer service principles established over four decades ago. We use the latest technology in the industry to supply our customers with the best products possible.
Our on-site engineering staff gives us the ability to design our products to the utmost quality meeting the needs of today's complex designs. We have the ability to respond rapidly to problems that might arise during installation of our products. The engineering staff at Automated Products, Inc. is committed to producing quality craftsmanship and take pride in providing the highest quality building products at a reasonable price.
We strive to maintain a personal relationship with our customers while strengthening our knowledge in an ever-changing industry so that we may better serve our customers' needs into the future.