Borgeson acquires Saginaw manual steering manufacturing rights


Borgeson acquires Saginaw manual steering manufacturing rights

Through a recent acquisition Borgeson Universal Company is now the original equipment manufacturer and re-manufacturer of Saginaw manual steering gears.

The Saginaw Manual Steering Gear product line was divested by GM to Invar Manufacturing Ltd. (Batawa, Ontario, Canada) during the 1980’s due to tapering demand. The subsequent company was then sold to Techmotiv Manufacturing in Tonawanda NY and then acquired by BSB Automotive Technologies in Ontario, Canada.

Borgeson has now purchased all of the original equipment, tooling, drawings and the OE manufacturing rights for all Saginaw manual steering gear boxes from BSB Automotive Technologies in Canada. Borgeson has moved all manufacturing into their modern 50,000 SF Torrington CT manufacturing facility.

Borgeson Universal Company is proud to carry forward the American heritage of Saginaw manual steering by manufacturing and supporting the line of Saginaw manual steering in the USA. With over 98 years’ experience in precision manufacturing and machining Borgeson will apply its same standards of manufacturing excellence to the Saginaw manual steering line as it does its current line of quality steering components.