Midwestern Manufacturing Company
Midwestern Manufacturing introduced the world’s first hydraulically operated sideboom pipelayer attachment in 1953. For over 50 years, these sidebooms have continuously set the highest standards for safety, reliability, ease of operation, and cost-efficiency in the pipeline industry. Midwestern sidebooms are engineered and manufactured to satisfy the requirements of each job and the needs of each customer worldwide. Midwestern's sidebooms fit on Caterpillar, John Deere, Case, and Komatsu tractors. Midwestern converts new and used tractors into the industry's most reliable pipelayers. Midwestern also provides some of the finest hydrostatic fill and test pumps and hydraulic tail-end mounted winches on the market.
Family-owned and -operated since its beginning in 1953, Midwestern Manufacturing is based inTulsa,Oklahoma. The company has converted more than 7,500 tractors to safer, more efficient hydraulic pipelayers. The company remains true to its original values including excellence, integrity, ingenuity, and customer service. The company is currently operated by James A. Bost, Chairman of the Board, and Tom Schooley, President.
Midwestern is an active member of the International Pipeline and Offshore Contractors Association (IPLOCA), Pipeline Contractors Association (PLCA), Pipeline Contractors Association of Canada (PLCAC), Distribution Contractors Association (DCA), American Pipeline Contractors Association (APCA), Oklahoma Independent PetroleumAssociation (OIPA), and the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America(INGAA) .
Midwestern Manufacturing, its parent company, Midwesco Industries, and its affiliated company, Midwestern Pipeline Products, have offices inOklahoma,Texas,ColoradoandPennsylvania. These companies are all actively involved in the distribution of innovative pipeline and heavy-construction equipment for contractors around the world.