Jon Kinzenbaw founded Kinze Manufacturing on a set of core values, values that have withstood the test of time. They’re the foundation to our culture, and are as relevant today as they were in 1965.
Honesty, commitment, truth, and honor are not just words; they are the governing Christian principles by which we conduct our business.
When you see a way to improve Kinze equipment, we hear you. When you have concerns or questions, we hear you.
Each of us exerts a maximum effort to provide a quality product that responds to and anticipates our customer needs.
Our workplace is an environment where creativity and new ideas, consistent with our company direction, have the ability to reach their full potential.
People are our greatest asset, and we strive to exhibit care, concern, and interest in those with whom we work and with whom we do business.
Back in 1965, a 21-year old farm boy from Victor, Iowa with an ability to “fix things” opened his own welding shop, with a small bank loan and $25 in his pocket.
Everyone knew young Jon Kinzenbaw had a gift. But no one could have predicted his little welding business would grow into one of the largest, privately held agricultural equipment manufacturers in North America.