Ames Today and Beyond

During the beginning of the decade, Ames continued experimentation with different spray processes to develop ice-phobic and erosion-resistant coatings for the aerospace industry. The consistent progression led to a breakthrough that saw Ames achieve the levels of protection sought during the prototyping phase. Parts were sent for final testing and once completed Ames was ready…

Ames Enters the New Century

Ames Enters the New Century With the turn of the new century, Ames made a strategic decision to move more towards government contract work and the Aerospace industry. Ames had developed various coating materials and processes throughout the years of serving the copier and printer markets with various rubber roller products. During research into other…

Ames Excels into the 90s

The 1990s were a period of change and national recognition for Ames. The process of changing the culture started in the 1980s but saw the fruits of its labor recognized in the first half of the ’90s. In the early 1980s, senior management realized that the international marketplace was changing dramatically. Even though the company…

Ames Into the 1960s

  After over a decade in business, Ames Rubber had shifted from a platen supply company for Ames Supply to an outright contract manufacturer for some of the top corporations in the country. As Ames began to develop more relationships and take on more customers within the Office Automation industry, it continued to develop and…

Ames Rubber Celebrates its 70th Anniversary – Raising the Bar of Innovation Since 1949

  “Dating back to the days of supplying rubber platens to the typewriter industry, Ames has continually provided high quality, high performing elastomeric products, and services to a multitude of industries. I have been proud and will continue to be proud, of leading such a wonderful organization with exceptional teammates, serving both long-standing and new…