Assistance from OSU center helps Brueggemann become exporter
By Kevin Hassler, Associate Editor of the Enid News and Eagle
A.W. Brueggemann Co. has joined the world of international exporters thanks to help from Oklahoma State University International Trade Center-Small Business Development Center (OSU ITC-SBDC).
The Enid company, founded in 1928, is a third-generation family owned manufacturer of precision machined metal parts and bearings. Over the years, its products have found markets in the agriculture, food processing, mining and energy.
In recent times, with the rapid expansion of the U.S domestic energy sector, Brueggemann found increasing demand for its specialty bearings and other related products in the oil and gas sector.
Read more on the Enid News and Eagle website .