PUTTING OUR NAME ON SOMETHING MEANS EVERYTHING.

An artist’s name on a painting. A family’s name on a mailbox. A student’s name on a test. Putting your name on something means a lot. It means you take responsibility for it and you stand behind it. That it represents who you are and what you believe in. It’s why the Ariens family name is only found on dependable, durable, finely crafted machines. After all, our name is riding on it.

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The many names behind the Ariens name.

Over 1,400 people work for the Ariens Company. Even though you may not see their names on our products, you will notice their craftsmanship, value their expertise and appreciate their skill. It’s the result of our culture of continuous improvement. And it’s what makes an Ariens, an Ariens.

Dawn Woelfel / Product Tester / Over 17 Years at Ariens

“I take a lot of pride in my job and in each machine I test. I love the challenge that testing gives me every day. And I hope to be employed at Ariens for at least another 17 years.”

Steve Dekerf / Assembly / Over 13 Years at Ariens

"I have always loved putting things together, and I don’t think many people understand all that goes into building these machines. But once they try an Ariens, they’ll understand."

Doug Fischer / Powder-Coat Painter / Over 30 Years at Ariens

"I’ve worked in assembly, sub-assembly, product testing and painting over the past 30 years. I can say that attention to detail is found in every department."

Jim Van Haren / Robot Welding Tech / Over 11 Years at Ariens

"I enjoy learning new things and Ariens has given me the opportunity to do just that. I started in assembly and now I’m a tech for leading-edge manufacturing."

Beth Rusch / Paint Department Lead / Over 6 years at Ariens

"I haven’t been here as long as others, but I’ve already grown and learned so much about manufacturing through the opportunities. Now I bring this expertise to the paint department."

Chad Nicklaus / Laser Programming / Over 22 Years at Ariens

"I’ve taken classes through the company, along with machine-specific training. What makes this a great place are all the opportunities I have to learn about new machines and processes."

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARIENS COMPANY

We started in 1933 with four employees in Brillion, Wisconsin. We now employ over 1,500 people across the United States, United Kingdom and Norway. And through it all, the Ariens family has been at the helm.

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