Wren Industries

Local company wins contract to work on NASA project

KKCO 11 News | May 11, 2017

"Wren Industries is the first company of its kind to be awarded a contract to work on NASA's Orion spacecraft.

Mike Sneddon, president of Wren Industries said, 'we can continue to win jobs and bring more work into the Western Slope.'

The company is now working on parts for NASA’s Orion project.

'To be able to pass that legacy on and know that for future work that there's in space...part of what we've done here on the Western Slope is very exciting,' Sneddon said."

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GJ company makes gear for manned trip to Mars

The Daily Sentinel, Grand Junction, CO | May 11, 2017 

"Precision machined parts made by Wren Industries in Grand Junction could find themselves on the way to Mars, as part of the Orion project to send astronauts farther into space than any human has gone.

Wren Industries was selected to produce closeout seal plates, making it one of more than 100 Colorado companies working to supply parts to aerospace giant Lockheed Martin."

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Federal Firearms License

Wren Industries has obtained it's Federal Firearms License and thus we are able to service your needs in the manufacturing of firearms components and we can also serve as a licensed firearm dealer.

CompanyWeek Profiles Wren Industries

CompanyWeek | October 4, 2015

"When Sneddon bought Wren Industries in 2008, he inherited some serious problems: The company had previously specialized in search-and-rescue equipment, and says Sneddon, 'The liability for that was outrageous.' More troublesome still, there wasn't enough volume to grow -- or even sustain -- a CNC manufacturing company.

Heralding from a 30-year career in aerospace engineering, Sneddon knew he needed a new business model. He already had the know-how to jump into aerospace manufacturing, but he didn't stop there. 'We diversified into different sectors that really complement each other,' he explains.

Under Sneddon's auspices, Wren augmented its aerospace business with industrial and firearms manufacturing, and that's been a winning portfolio. 

One of Wren's biggest aerospace customers is multi-billion-dollar Parker Hannifin. A testament to the company's breadth, Wren also made printer components for 3D Systems, and has done prototype and fixture work for Sturm, Ruger & Co."

Read the full article on CompanyWeek here.


Wren Industries was established in 1998 originally in the rock climbing and rescue equipment manufacturing business. In 2005 the company moved into aerospace manufacturing and quickly established itself as a high quality low cost facility that can meet customer demands within this ever changing environment.


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