Bremen, Indiana - In 1961 Universal Bearings opened as a small manufacturing operation. Through several expansion projects their facility has grown to over 250,000 square feet. In 1991, Korea Machinery Company (now Hanwha L & C Co., Ltd.) purchased Universal Bearings. The Hanwha Global Network spans to 52 locations and includes their sister company, Hanwha Solar.
A market leader, Universal Bearings is one of the few high quality, high volume independent loose needle roller manufacturers in the world. The length and diameter of the ten billion+ needles/rollers that they produce annually are within manufacturing specifications as tight as 1/10,000 of an inch or 2-3 microns.
ISO 9001 and 14001 certified, Universal Bearings uses statistical process control methods to ensure their parts precisely meet your manufacturing specifications. From cutting through heat treating, precision grinding, inspection and packaging and shipping, their engineering department reviews and approves all parts for production and they closely monitor production as the parts progress through their system.
Universal Bearings production processes, from start to finish, are completed in their Bremen, Indiana USA facility. Their workplace is staffed with 250 skilled employees and they are furnished with the cutting-edge equipment that typifies the precision their customers expect from Universal Bearings LLC.
Through significant investments in manufacturing equipment over the last several years Universal Bearings is poised to aggressively expand their business volumes and product offerings. They have developed new products in their family of assembled bearings that includes both thrust bearings and radial bearings. They also offer plastic and steel retainers for those bearings. Universal Bearings also increased their sales force to generate new export business as well as to improve service to the US based automotive transplant suppliers.
Universal Bearings recently updated their web site. Visitors can easily request a quote anytime day or night by simple clicking on the request a quote button. Drawings and pictures can be uploaded to accompany the request for a quote. For more information visit http://www.univbrg.com/