Quality & Innovation:

Longstanding Traditions

In 1950, Mark Keymer, a young steel supply salesman, manufactured and marketed a pipe crimper he had invented for installing metal ductwork in heating systems. He insisted on quality construction, setting the benchmark for the new company. More innovations followed:

  • The first hand seamer, or hand brake, featuring compound-leverage handles.
  • The time-saving hand notcher, for a V-shaped cut in one motion.
  • The hand-operated snap-lock punch.

Just the right tools for crimping, bending, folding or seaming metal. Today, Malco continues the tradition of quality and innovation, and distributes thousands of products from its Annandale, MN headquarters to trade professionals in the U.S. and around the globe.

A proud heritage for a promising future.

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Kevin M. Keymer, Former Owner and Board Member of Malco Products

We are saddened to report the death of Kevin Mark Keymer, age 72, who passed away peacefully on Sunday, August 12, 2018 of metastatic lung cancer. Services were private, with burial at Woodlawn Cemetery in Annandale MN on August 15.

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Malco Products, SBC, Provides Six-Figure Support for Trade Education Programs

Malco annually donates more than $130,000 of in-kind tools and apparel to skilled trade education programs across the country

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Malco Products Award for Star Tribunes Top Work Places 2018

Star Tribune Names Malco Products, SBC, a 2018 Top Workplace

“We are grateful to our employee owners and the Star Tribune for this recognition,” said Mardon Quandt, Malco president and CEO. “To be named a Top Workplace in the state of Minnesota is testimony to our employee-ownership culture, and our commitment to creating a safe, healthy and engaging work environment for Malco employees.”

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