Louis Industries is one of the most modern steel processing facilities in the Upper Midwest. With state of the art lasers, turrets, welding, inspection and metal forming equipment, Louis Industries is the partner you're looking for!

Quality Policy

We at Louis Industries commit to continuously improve safety, quality and delivery to meet the expectations and requirements of our customers, employees and suppliers.


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Duct work is finished on our Electra LVD laser! This will aid with venting the dust collector air outside after it goes through our filters. All the parts were designed and made by Louis Industries employees. #madeinhouse #louisindustries ...

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We are proud to be able to contribute to the environment by investing in renewable energy!


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Louis Industries, Inc.

Weld training is a wrap! Last week our welders had the pleasure of Cody Sarsland's expertise from Ridgwater College for four days where he trained the team on how to properly weld aluminum and stainless using mig and tig techniques. ...

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Louis Industries is proud of this award that went to longtime employee Rick Klehr on Saturday night at the annual Paynesville Area Chamber Banquet. His 27 years of service and dedication are greatly appreciated. Thanks Rick, a well deserved award. ...

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Schedule: Monday - Thursday, 4:00 p.m. - 2:30 a.m.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Work from instructions and prints to arrange parts into welding fixtures, clamp pieces into position and tack weld and/or apply finished weld. Select proper equipment, set voltage and wire feed settings to obtain proper strength and appearance.
2. Safely operate forklift to load and unload raw material and completed parts.
3. Handle assorted raw materials, steel parts, and steel scrap.
4. Maintain work area and production equipment in clean and orderly condition. Follow all safety work rules.
5. Perform work in a manner that all products conform to prescribed quality standards.
6. Perform incoming inspection, sorting, receiving of bar stock, pipe, rod material and welding supplies.
7. Perform light maintenance on plant equipment where needed; i.e., startup/shutdown, maintain inspection records and keep work environment clean.
8. Use and understand online ERP system for data collection, work instructions, routers, and prints.
9. Operate small electric/air hand tools.
10. On occasion, cross-train and operate some or all of the following production equipment: welding robot, press brake, spot welder, turret, rivnut gun, Stud gun, and sander.
11. Participate in and support continuous process improvements.
12. Other duties may be assigned that pertain to the classification.

Physical Demands:
The employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and overhead work. Employee has some exposure to fumes, glare and radiation of arc. The employee is occasionally required to lift and move objects up to 50 pounds.

Required Qualifications:
The qualified candidate will have:
High School Diploma or equivalent
2+ years welding experience
Ability to safely and effectively operate welding and fabrication equipment
Ability to work independently and in a team
Ability to communicate orally or in written form effectively with personnel and read and interpret documents, such as welding blueprints
Proficient with mathematical calculations and use of measuring devices

The ideal candidate will have:
Welding AAS Degree/Diploma/Certificate
5+ years welding experience
Knowledge and experience working in a manufacturing/production environment
Forklift Certification

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