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Today's manufacturing environment demands action.

Midwest Rubber Company strives to remain quick, decisive, innovative, and forward-thinking. To become a true partner in our clients' product development cycle, we offer a variety of production processes to meet their ever-changing needs.

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Industries: Medical

Midwest Rubber started supplying blood pressure cuff inflator bulbs to the medical industry in the 1950s.

We have continued to expand our medical product lines ever since, with technological advancements allowing us to integrate antimicrobial properties with these products.

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Industries: Trucking

We provide high-quality and reliable sealing, isolation, and NVH components to our trucking and bus clients across the country.

Industries: Construction

We produce a variety of boots, seals, and protectors for gear box, hydraulic controls, and mechanical levers for some of the biggest names in the industry.

Industries: Automotive

Midwest Rubber has had a relationship with the auto indsutry since our beginning, producing parts for OEMs, Tier One suppliers, and the automotive aftermarket.

Company History

Established: 1946

Midwest Rubber Company was founded in the post-World War II boom years in Detroit, Michigan by the late W. A. Kurt.

Expansion: 1958

Within 12 years, Midwest Rubber's business had outgrown their Detroit facilities and relocated to the rural farming community of Deckerville, Michigan.

New Locations: 2003

Our growing business demands required changes in partnerships and location, while celebrating multiple successes along the way.

Rebranding: 2015

We strive to always be modern and innovative in our processes and use the same philosophy in every area of our business, which is why we have redesigned and rebranded our website.

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Midwest Rubber Co.