Our company is your best source for professional, value driven low cost service. Established in 1960, we have decades of collective and comprehensive knowledge and experience. Meaning that we are able to provide the most value and innovation per your dollar spent. We provide a satisfaction guarantee for all services provided.
"Strive to be the Midwest foremost industrial electric motor expert. Provide products, services and systems that are unique, innovative and superior to those provided by our competitor."
- To manage and operate our company ethically, morally and honestly
- To be proactive and responsive to our customers needs and exceed our customers expectations
- To make our customers life easy and ensure they leave us with a smile having had an enjoyable and quality experiance. This is achieved through good communication, knowing and caring about our customers, our job and our people
- To provide our employees a rewarding, challenging, pleasant and secure working environment
The Lincoln Service Centers were founded by the Delco Division of General Motors in the early nineteen seventies.
At that time, most plants carried their own spare motor inventory without sharing with other plants in the area. It was decided that each plant in a geographical area would donate all of the spares to a common inventory operated by Delco. This allowed GM to greatly reduce duplication in their spares and lowered the cost of keeping a backup inventory. This allowed Delco Service Centers to accumulate a huge inventory of various types of motors, most likely the largest in the nation.
A plant would contact the Service Center when they had a failed motor, the Service Center would exchange the failed motor with a good one and repair the failed motor to be put back on the shelf for the next time it was needed.
In 1992, Delco sold their motor division including the Service Centers to Lincoln Electric, Lincoln continued to operate the service centers for GM while expanding the service to Ford and Chrysler.
In 2000, the present owners purchased the Service Centers for Lincoln Electric. Today the Service Centers have over 13,000 motors in stock for exchange or sale while serving a wide range of customers including auto, farm, cement, food and a large variety of manufacturing industries.