Pat Mooney Saws is celebrating 75 years in business. The company was founded by Patrick J. Mooney in 1949. Mooney, who had 31 years of experience related to saws and tools, founded his company “to be a successful enterprise, provide reliable products and support these products with good people who are well trained. It’s as simple as that.”

Pat Mooney Saws, established in 1949, is celebrating 75 years in business this year.

Officials say the company has grown and expanded by establishing partnerships from around the globe and by continually investing in resources and people to support its products.

Innovations the company is credited for adding to the metal sawing industry over the years include the first European-style miter bandsaws in the U.S., introducing high-speed thin kerf carbide saws to the U.S. and high-speed upcut saws for aluminum and non-ferrous sawing. Officials said it also instituted the PMI-NC24 L-Type (formerly PMI-455 L-Type) for bundle-cutting aluminum and non-ferrous profiles or bars and was among the first companies to introduce HSS cold saw blades to the market.

Today, the company remains family-owned and operated by third and fourth generation lineage. Its 60,000-square-foot facilities, headquartered in Addison, Illinois, house everything from service engineering and technical offices, to circular saw sharpening, PMI circular saw sharpening, a training and demonstration room, the PMI Tech Center, warehousing, a band saw blade welding center and a fabrication and assembly shop for material handling equipment.

“As we celebrate this milestone, we want to express our deepest gratitude to every one of our customers and dealers,” a company press release said. “Thank you for trusting Pat Mooney Saws as your precision, reliability, and metal sawing excellence partner.”

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