About Us

Feedall, Incorporated is located in Willoughby, Ohio. Founded by Lewis Winslow in 1946, the company is still family owned and operated by President Roger Winslow Jr. Our 18,000 square foot facility houses an engineering staff, sales and support department as well as a full manufacturing plant.

History

While working for a Cleveland-based machine tool manufacturer, Lewis Winslow realized the equipment was capable of achieving higher production rates. Machines were being fed manually which required tedious bending and lifting. This repetitive movement caused physical fatigue to the operator, resulting in lower production rates. Winslow realized that this process could be improved by the addition of automatic parts feeders. This led to the design idea for the first automatic machine feeders – which enabled U.S. manufacturers to reach their full production capacity.

In 1946, Winslow started the Feedall Tool Company. It was a single man operation where he designed and assembled the units himself. Original customers included automotive plants in both Cleveland and Detroit. The small company grew rapidly and soon moved into its current home in Willoughby, Ohio. Feedall was on its way to becoming an industry leader.

Today, the third generation of the Winslow family is still involved in the day-to-day operations of the business. With over 70 years of combined experience, they look forward to the challenge of meeting your design needs.

Mission Statement

Feedall is dedicated to designing, manufacturing and selling the finest quality parts handling equipment. We strive to meet or exceed our customers’ expectations while maintaining the highest level of quality.


 


Industries Served

  • Aerospace
  • Agricultural Equipment
  • Appliance
  • Automotive & Heavy Truck
  • Bearings
  • Construction
  • Fluid Power
  • Food Processing Equipment
  • Industrial Supplies
  • Lawn & Garden Equipment
  • Lighting
  • Machine Tools & Processes
  • Medical
  • Military
  • Mining
  • Off-Road Equipment
  • Oil & Gas
  • Power Generation
  • Recreation Equipment
  • Refrigeration