In 1977, Mike Pulliam was hired by a friend to work in a machine shop, knowing little about the business. After working there for seventeen years, he decided it was time to go out on his own.
At this time, a business called Maddox Tool and Die had closed down after the owner's wife passed. Mike began renting out the open shop space and later purchased the property and created Maddox Industries December 4, 1994.
In the early years of the company, Mike was a vendor for four after-market companies. With only Mike, his foreman, and Mr. Maddox's son, Mark Maddox, Mike was able to grow his company, slowly adding more customers, such as Kubota, to the list.
As business continued to grow, Mike reached out to Kerry Roe, co-owner of Diversified Precision Machined Products (DPMP). Mike began giving DPMP some of their business and built a relationship with co-owners, Kerry and Keith Roe. After seeing success out of both businesses, Mike believed it was time to secure the future of Maddox Industries as he made his way towards retirement.
After a great deal of prayer, DPMP merged with Maddox Industries July 17, 2017. Due to their previous relationship, the transition was smooth, and future success of Maddox Industries was secured.
Today, Maddox Industries continues to strive for excellence. With two shops based out of Loganville, Georgia, production continues to increase. The Leadership Team believes the key to future excellence is continuing to expand their automation and seek out a location to house both shops under one roof. As they continue to pick up new customers monthly, Maddox Industries has no intention of slowing down.