Since our founding in 1954, the Mazzella brand has been uncompromising. Our purpose is to instill confidence and comfort in every interaction. What does that mean? It means that we provide reliable products and services, a highly responsive, knowledgeable team to support our offerings and the training to help ensure compliance of OSHA and ASME standards. That's what you can expect from us and that's what we expect from ourselves.
It is useful to understand where you've been before deciding where you want to go. Our history has served as a foundation of who we are, what we believe and what we value. Back in 1954, James Mazzella formed a business by providing the most basic of lifting devices; wire rope slings that were braided by hand. It wasn't the cleanest and certainly not the easiest job around - but it was fundamental to the industry. This gut-level standard of performance defined the company in 1954 and it defines the company to this day. From the shop floor to the front office, every employee knows and understands the no-excuses, customer-first mentality that is threaded throughout the company. In every customer interaction, we instill confidence and comfort.
The company has grown organically through the decades by expanding its product offerings and by entering new markets. It has done so by securing new customers and nurturing those historic relationships. And it has grown by acquisition.
Jim Mazzella formed a business by providing the most basic of lifting devices, along with wire rope slings that were braided by hand.
Mazzella became CM repair facility.
Indusco celebrated 75th year in business.
Indusco acquired Jacob Gichner Co. This acquisition allowed Indusco to offer its customers a full line of tools. Later, J. Henry Holland Co. joined the Indusco family.
Indusco doubled its size in less than six years through the acquisition of another firm also known as ... “Indusco.”
Indusco acquired Anchor Wire Rope, Hampton Rubber Company and R/W Connections.
Mazzella purchased the Cleveland branch of William S. Adler.
Mazzella received ISO Certification.
Mazzella acquired Crane Builders of America and Mentor Lift Hooks.
Indusco acquired Alabama Sling Center from Wire Rope Corporation of America (WIRECO).
Mazzella acquired Sheffield Metals and celebrated 50th year in business.
Mazzella acquired Detroit Wire Rope and Progressive Crane Company.
Indusco celebrated 100th year in business.
Mazzella Companies is formed through the acquisition of the Indusco Group: Indusco Wire Rope & Supplies, J. Henry Holland Corporation, Alabama Sling Center and Tennessee Sling Center.
Mazzella Companies acquired KCI of Alabama, Inc. to strengthen its crane service business.
Mazzella Companies celebrated “60 Years Of Excellence.”
Mazzella Companies acquired New Tech Machinery and Rouster Wire Rope & Rigging.
Mazzella Companies acquired FHS, Inc.
Mazzella Companies acquired Nasser Machines to expand New Tech Machinery’s gutter machine line.
SAFETY & QUALITY
» Environmental, Health & Safety (EH&S) Policy
Safety and Quality are cornerstones of our success ... product quality and operating safety go hand-in-hand. James Mazzella recognized that fact when he invented the Mazzella 7-Part™ wire rope sling, as well as, three other slings that improved ease of use and increased lifting performance and safety. This quality-first manufacturing mindset led the company to being one of the only rigging shops with ISO 9002 certification in 1994. That will continue and be the subject of re-doubled emphasis. The company has been a leader in safety training with all of its lifting specialists being certified to teach OSHA and ASME standards and we will increasingly partner with our customers to ensure the peace of mind that safety compliance brings.