Who We Are

Our story is one that started well over 100 years ago, when August Kaspar refashioned the remnants of an old wire fence into a single corn-shuck basket. Since selling our first hand-fashioned inventions, we have developed our production offerings to include a wide range of capabilities: engineering, wire, sheet metal, machining and finishing. We remain at the forefront of innovation through the utilization of our state-of-the-art machinery and knowledgeable craftsmen within our 40-acre manufacturing plant, spanning 550,000 square feet. Kaspar Manufacturing turns your concept into a product completely in-house at our Texas-based facility — experience the advantage of AMERICAN MANUFACTURING SINCE 1898.

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Our Leadership


Automotive component manufacturer Higuchi executes successful expansion to Texas by utilizing large-volume electroplating capabilities at Kaspar Manufacturing

In 2007, Higuchi Manufacturing Co. built a branch of their Japan-based company in southeast San Antonio. The vehicle component manufacturer’s decision to relocate their production of seatbelt and motorcycle parts to the South Texas city coinc . . .

H-E-B secures steady production of high-quality custom shelving fixtures for supermarket stores by partnering with Kaspar Manufacturing

Founded in 1905, H-E-B began with a family-owned store in the Texas town of Kerrville. Over the next century, the supermarket expanded throughout Texas and northeast Mexico, and today they serve over 150 communities with more than 350 stores. A . . .

National Oilwell Varco relies on Kaspar Manufacturing’s machining capabilities to fabricate essential specialized spool component for mud mixing equipment

WellSite Services is a division of National Oilwell Varco that provides the resources needed to efficiently effectuate and manage every step of the operational life span of a well site, from building the location to handling the logistics. A ne . . .

Kaspar Manufacturing expedites production and distribution of specialized custom newspaper racks to ensure USA Today’s inaugural issue reaches nationwide audience on the morning of launch

Prior to September 15, 1982, Americans were often limited to local news and lengthy news cycles, which deprived them of important information regarding international and domestic events occurring every single day. It was this date in history when t . . .

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