Logan Co. had its beginning as the Dow Wire Works, founded in 1876. Wire is a pretty marvelous material,
as Logan designers and craftsmen know to this day. It is presently used in our Ornamental Iron and Woven
Wire area guarding and partitions products lines.
Wire indirectly led to Logan's entry into the conveyor field. During World War I, bedsteads and springs were built in the Louisville, KY plant, and "scrap metal" were wasteful words. Logan's inventiveness led to the converting of cutoff extra lengths of bedstead tubing to metal rollers for gravity conveyors, replacing the previously used wooden rollers.
From this early beginning, Logan grew to be a leader in the materials handling field. Closed by it's parent corporation in the 1990's Logan conveyors and components remain available to the market.
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