Wetaskiwin Business Spotlight
The City of Wetaskiwin is proud to be home to a number of successful brands. We are fortunate to have history, heritage and a culture that fosters relationships and collaboration throughout the region to ensure both our businesses and residents succeed in Wetaskiwin. Get our diverse and dedicated workforce working for your success and join in a story of growth.
Home Hardware Western Canadian Distribution Centre
Home Hardware Western Distribution chose Wetaskiwin as their home base to service Western Canada in 1983. The defining factors were the central location, access to customers, market opportunities and truck route accessibility.
Shipping more than 60,000 SKUS from a 715,000 sq foot facility, Home Hardware recently added an additional 60,000 sq ft to keep up with demand. As one of the top private employers in Wetaskiwin, with more than 430 employees, Home Hardware is instrumental to the local economy, workforce, community, and a success story we are proud to share.
Founded in the early 1970's, Manluk Industries specializes in turnkey manufacturing solutions providing world class quality, delivery and efficiency. Servicing the needs of Wetaskiwin and area’s industrial, agricultural and automotive industries led to the company expanding into the oil and gas market.
Manluk now employs over 200 employees and we are proud that they call Wetaskiwin home. https://manluk.com/
Dating back to the 1950's, Supreme International is a family run company, rooted in agricultural history and proudly based in Wetaskiwin. They have introduced new products across North America including feeders, manure wagons, tillers and balers, using the input from local farm owners.
Employing more than 95 people, with 75% of the factory having Journeyman trades and Apprentices, the high skill level is reflected in the quality of their products.
We believe in the business of agriculture, our community sees the value in it, and our farming community is always looking for ways to innovate and improve. We are proud to have the Wetaskiwin Co-op continue to be a central hub and an example of the thriving agricultural business.