About AIMCO Manufacturing
AIMCO Manufacturing began operations in 1993 with the procurement of designs for an industrial manipulator and an articulated jib crane previously manufactured for direct sale to the automotive industry. AIMCO re-designed and expanded this equipment and began marketing through material handling distributors to industrial markets as a whole.
AIMCO has continued to grow through the development of new products and the addition of new distributors and markets. Today AIMCO products are helping the production processes of a vast array of goods and services in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Taiwan and China.
In the transportation industry, AIMCO lift assist products handle components for most major manufacturers of automobiles, trucks, fork lifts, tractors, aircraft, trains, boats, snowmobiles and motorcycles. Building products such as garage doors, furniture, insulation, windows, kitchen and bath appliances are handled by AIMCO lift assist equipment. The medical equipment and food processing equipment industries utilize AIMCO lift assist equipment. AIMCO equipment can be found in a number of communication and entertainment industries handling computers, copy machines and televisions. AIMCO products are helping reduce injuries in steel producing, metal forming, machining and foundry operations nationwide.
Grants Available for Ergonomic Improvements
Different states offer various incentives for taking steps to improve the health and safety of your employees. Listed below are some grants available in various states. Please check back often for updates.
Here is a list of some of our current AIMCO customers benefiting from AIMCO lift assists.
AAR Mobility Systems
ACO Polymer Products
American Fabricators & Engineers
Armstrong Air Conditioning
Berkel Equipment Company
Chrysler CorporationClopay Corporation
F & P America
Ford Motor Company
General Electric Aircraft
General Electric Locomotive
General Electric Medical
Goodyear Tire & Rubber
J.J. Case Tractor Company
John Deere Corporation
Mayflower Vehicle Systems
Owens-Illinois Plastics Division
Pratt & Whitney
Toledo Metal Spinning
AIMCO has successfully completed Gorbel G-force integration training and is now a recommended end tool integrator for Gorbel lifting devices.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are just a few of the questions asked by our customers and distributors when they are first purchasing and using AIMCO products.
How do I purchase AIMCO products?
AIMCO products are sold exclusively through our network of distributors. Call us at 419-478-4851 to find an AIMCO distributor in your area.
What are the benefits of lift assist systems?
AIMCO lift assist systems offer many benefits including:
Do your products meet specific government or industry standards?
AIMCO products meet several government & industry standards where applicable including:
How do I order replacement parts?
Contact your local distributor and provide your serial number. If you are unable to contact your distributor then call 419-478-4851 and an AIMCO representative will assist you.
Where is the serial number located?
The serial number will be listed on the silver name plate typically located on the control handle of your system.
How do I find the right piece of equipment for my lifting needs?
Our website has a great tool – AIMCO Concept Generator - to get you started. Otherwise, give us a call and we will move forward with solution.
What are your standard lead times?
Standard lead times vary, depending on the complexity and size of the project, from 3 to 9 weeks after signed approval.
What is your sales area?
We ship globally, although our main sales/service presence is in the U.S.
Can you integrate my equipment with your products?
Yes, we often integrate with supplied lifting mechanisms such as air hoists & air balancers, as well as bridge crane systems. We have the ability to integrate with all types of material handling equipment, as long as CAD drawings are supplied.
How can I feel confident that my lifting system will work as intended?
Fabrication, finishing and assembly are done in house, followed by a final product review with the distributor and or end user; this gives the customer an opportunity to operate the equipment prior to shipping. If an in-person product review (run off) is not feasible, a detailed approval video will be submitted.
Is the information I submit to you via your website secure?
Security is a top priority for Aimco Manufacturing and our website is stored on an SSL Secured server.
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