Recognition for ESCO's strong commitment to manufacturing
ESCO is among the many wear part suppliers seeking to improve equipment life and efficiency with protective coatings. With its award-winning Nemisys® lip system for dragline buckets, ESCO maximizes machine productivity and availability.
October 1, 2014
The largest excavator bucket ever manufactured by Austin Engineering in Brisbane, Australia, an EX8000-6, features the ESCO’s Nemisys® lip system.
September 25, 2014
ESCO’s unique company culture earns it the honor of being one of the top 10 coolest companies to work for in Portland.
September 11, 2014
ESCO announces the grand opening of the Hank Swigert Center for Innovation, paying tribute to Portland native, local business leader and one of the company’s visionaries, Henry T. “Hank” Swigert.
July 8, 2014
In Wright, Wyoming, ESCO manufactures Pinky, an 82,000-pound UltraHaul™ truck body, now in operation at Hibbing Taconite, a mine owned by Cliffs Natural Resources in Northern Minnesota.
June 8, 2014
Northumberland United Way brings ESCO Port Hope volunteers and other local manufacturing companies together for United Way’s 17th annual Day of Caring.
April 18, 2014
The ESCO story is shared in IndustryWeek’s slideshow of manufacturing companies that have reached the 100-year milestone.
ESCO brings safety to the foundry floor in Port Coquitlam by adopting a simple solution to prevent strains and sprains.
March 29, 2014
ESCO helps United Way of Crawford County surpass its 2013 fundraising campaign goal. This year, ESCO received the honor of being a Top 5 donor.
March 13, 2014
ESCO appoints Jon Owens as ESCO’s Chief Operating Officer, in addition to his role as Executive Vice President. The Asia Miner reports.
March 10, 2014
ESCO’s Ultralok® tooth system, PosiGrab® Coupler and embedded E3 tungsten carbide blades, among other products, are introduced at ConExpo.
March 5, 2014
ESCO launches new products, including the Ultralok® tooth system, at the largest construction tradeshow in North America.
ESCO’s Nemisys® system is maximizing productivity, while keeping costs to a minimum.
ESCO’s Sustainability Report 2012, Moving Forward, receives an honorable mention in the Best Report category, presented by Ragan Communications and PR Daily.
January 29, 2014
ESCO last year contemplated laying off some 1,000 workers in Portland when global demand for mining equipment decreased. Instead, ESCO adopted the state of Oregon’s work-share program, allowing them to reduce some workers’ hours instead of eliminating any jobs.
January 28, 2014
ESCO’s donation of a $30,000 educational robot puts engineering students one step ahead at Oregon State University, the alma mater of many past and current ESCO employees.
January 3, 2014
ESCO expands the Oil & Gas Division with the addition of Stabiltec, an oil and gas company headquartered in Parks, Louisiana.