Company History

PoMaCon, Inc. began life in April of 1985 as Post-Monyak Conveyor, Inc. Rodger Post and Andrew Monyak combined their engineering experiences, from years of building material handling systems, to design and manufacture rugged and dependable conveyor systems. They designed equipment from their homes and subcontracted the manufacturing.

After a few years of small miscellaneous jobs, Post-Monyak Conveyor, Inc. contracted its first large project – a complete slit coil packaging line for a major coil slitting OEM. Other OEM’s quickly saw the quality and affordability of Post-Monyak’s equipment and began buying packaging lines as well as individual pieces of equipment.

With the inflow of packaging equipment orders, Post-Monyak Conveyor had to expand. Mr. Post and Mr. Monyak moved out of their homes into a small office in North Royalton, Ohio. They began to hire designers and office help. In 1990, Post-Monyak Conveyor, Inc. purchased a small hydraulics shop, adjacent to their offices, to allow onsite plumbing, wiring, and testing of equipment.

Seeing their ability to build quality slit coil packaging equipment, many customers started to ask Post-Monyak Conveyor, Inc. to design and build unique machinery for other metal processing operations. Cut to Length Line equipment, Blanking Line equipment, Pickling Line equipment, and various custom machines began to be ordered. Customers began to look at Post-Monyak as solution providers, not just equipment suppliers.

In 1997, two major changes occurred at Post-Monyak Conveyor: Mr. Monyak left the company to pursue different career objectives and the company broke ground for a new building. For years the coil processing industry had referred to Post-Monyak Conveyor as "PoMoCon". With Mr. Monyak leaving, the new building on the way, and the company’s focus on packaging and handling systems instead of just conveyors, Mr. Post changed the company name from Post-Monyak Conveyor, Inc. to PoMaCon, Inc. an acronym for "Post Machinery and Conveyor".

PoMaCon, Inc. moved into its new building in January of 1998. The building has 14,000 square feet, two overhead cranes, and plenty of room for further expansion. The new facilities allow for in-house manufacturing, assembly, plumbing, wiring, and complete testing of all PoMaCon, Inc. equipment.

2006 marked another milestone for PoMaCon, Inc. On September 5th, the woods behind PoMaCon were cleared and construction of a 10,000 square foot building expansion began. Completed in February of 2007, the expansion doubled the size of PoMaCon's shop floor. A third overhead crane and a state of the art 20' x 35' paint booth were included in the project.

To date, PoMaCon, Inc. has designed and built over 150 complete slit coil packaging systems, 50 cut to length line packaging systems, blanking line packaging systems, pickle line equipment, pack turn-overs, coil transfer cars, turnstiles, and much more. Equipment has been shipped to countries all over the world including Canada, Mexico, Brazil, China, Japan, Thailand, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Russia, Australia, and Egypt.
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