Cullman Casting

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Cullman Casting Corporation is a 125,000 square-foot gray iron foundry at 251 Cullman County Road 490 in Cullman which operates as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the North Vernon Industry Corporation of North Vernon, Indiana.

The facility was constructed for NVIC in 2005. Gresham Smith & Partners designed the building, which was constructed by Dunn Building Co.

The plant's primary product is counterweights used on forklifts. It employs around 115 people and has an output capacity of 50,000 tons per year.

In 2019 a 15-year-old laborer for W & W Restoration, subcontracted to Apex Roofing and Restoration, fell to his death while working on a roof project at the Cullman Casting facility. In August 2023 foundry employee Michael Thompson was fatally injured in a workplace accident at Cullman Casting.


  • "OSHA fines roofing company for teen's death in Cullman." (January 10, 2020)
  • Thornton, William (September 1, 2023) "Guntersville man dies in industrial accident at Cullman Casting."

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