Date Night: A Comical Look at Spiral Chutes
Broken food means broken hearts. Justin McClure Creative illustrates the fragile link between the belly and the heart. The tongue-in-cheek video shows the pitfalls of damaged products: Children cry at broken cookies, dogs turn down crumbled treats, and worst of all, Joe’s date walks out on him. Luckily, the young innovator comes up with a whimsical solution to his cracked-up relationship… which turns out to be a gift to snackers everywhere.
Personal Barrier - Sneeze Guards
Personal Barrier - Sneeze Guards
Sanitation is more important than ever as we get our facilities running at capacity. Stevenson created personal barriers to keep you safe and strong. These barriers separate people in production areas, reception areas, or offices using clear panels. Stainless steel frame for sanitary use, fitted with polycarbonate screen, ready to be emblazoned with your logo. You can outfit with casters or mounting brackets -- all delivered with lightning speed.
Mark Shughart Will Be Missed
By Joe Pennington - May 3, 2020
Mark Shughart, 52, died yesterday, shortly after participating in a charity ride.
In his final post on social media, Mark rallied the motorcycling community to support a child with terminal cancer. “Hey biker brothers and sisters,” he wrote, “let’s make this little girl’s day. We are planning to meet at the old north Topeka K-Mart parking lot at noon, riding to Perry (afterward).”
Mesh for Evergy Plaza Arrives
Long awaited mesh arrived from W.S. Tyler in Germany. This stuff is a going to turn into something great at Evergy Plaza.
Spiral Chutes Breaking Into Nut Industry
Nuts are a profitable market world-wide and continue to thrive in our homeland. With a breakage of less than 2%, Stevenson spiral chutes can help this booming market make the most of their dollar. Today, the states of California, Arizona and New Mexico make up 100% of the U.S. commercial pistachio production.
Santa Got a Brand New Slide, Courtesy of Stevenson Company
When it comes to handling precious cargo, Santa knows where to go. The crew at Stevenson Company’s workshop came up with a handy slide for the North Pole as featured in a production of “A Christmas Story the Musical” at Topeka Civic Theatre. In the classic production, grumpy Santa kicks little Ralphie down the slide at Higbee’s department store. The directors at America’s longest running dinner theater called on the Spiral Chute experts to come up with a slide design.
Digitizing Technology for Custom Parts
Stevenson Company’s new MultiCam CNC router fuels additional food-safe manufacturing abilities for customers. The combination of a CNC router for plastics and a plasma cutter that can blast through stainless steel offer fast, precise solutions for customers.
CNC Router Demo: Merry Christmas!
Check out our new CNC router helping spread some Christmas spirit! Our precise router will cut, carve, machine and mill high-density plastics and metals up to six inches thick to create a variety of high quality parts.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
With some help from our friends and local business partners, we celebrated our new building and business expansion. Stevenson officially cut the ribbon on the new CNC machine shop on June 23, 2017. Click here to read the Topeka Capital Journal article.
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Business of Distinction Award
Stevenson Company, Inc was nominated for the Capital City Business of Distinction at the 2015 Small Business Awards.
Topeka Has Momentum!
Topeka has come a long way since 2013. Over 1,000 jobs created and $315 million invested in the past four years! Topeka, Kansas is only just getting started. We are proud to be part of this community.