Kodarin Industries Ltd. was established in 1979 primarily to provide custom machining services to the thriving steel industry in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. From the company’s inception, Ed Kodarin, modeled two very important attributes: high energy that fueled an unmatchable work ethic, and a personal passion for taking on new technical challenges. For our customers, this meant a supplier that put them first and a supplier that took problem solving seriously.
For 40 years now, our business has been evolving its service offerings and industry reach. We are broadly recognized for our ability to tackle industry’s toughest machining, fabricating and equipment maintenance challenges. And we consider ourselves fortunate to serve a loyal and growing customer base, whether they are OEMs or Operators, in industries as diverse as Metal and Steel, Power Generation, Nuclear, Environmental, Mining, Pulp and Paper, Fluid Power, Chemical Processing, Oil and Gas, Material Handling and Industrial Automation.
Today, we remain family owned and operated. And we still believe in going that extra mile for our customers through hard work, innovative processes and a genuine commitment to service excellence.
Our customers are discerning about quality. So is each and every employee at Kodarin Industries. It is intrinsic to everything we do.
Our quality assurance program is certified to the ISO 9000:2008 standard. We also maintain our Z299 certification to support those customers in the nuclear industry.
Where needed, we can adapt any particular customer or industry specific quality system requirements. Our quality professionals are ready to work with our customer’s technical team to develop quality assurance plans, from the outset of a job or project.
Our fully equipped QA lab includes analog and digital metrology instruments, numerous styles of gauges and standards, a CMM and a portable FARO Arm.
At Kodarin, reliability means meeting our commitments and deadlines. We optimize our work center loads and utilize our resources efficiently to keep manufacturing costs competitive.