Based in Elgin, Ill., Elgin Industries has long been one of the transportation industry’s premier manufacturers of engine and chassis components. The company’s ultra-modern, fully-integrated manufacturing complex has earned IATF16949 and ISO14001 status and a broad range of quality awards and certifications from such leading customers as General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Navistar, Federal-Mogul Corporation, Mack Trucks, John Deere, and Harley-Davidson.
Proud of our History
Established in 1919 by Martin Skok Sr., Elgin has continually expanded its engineering and manufacturing expertise to include a full range of premium-quality original equipment and replacement engine and chassis components. Now in its third generation of family ownership, Elgin is a leading business partner to OE manufacturers and the global aftermarket.
Elgin serves many of the world’s leading engine and vehicle manufacturers, including Deere & Company, Stellantis-Chrysler, Ford, Harley-Davidson, Mack and Navistar. All of the company’s OE products are designed and manufactured within its extensive global headquarters and production campus in Elgin, Ill., USA.
Elgin is one of the aftermarket’s only fully integrated manufacturers of valvetrain and other engine components, and a supplier of OE-replacement chassis parts and specialized chemical additive products. The company’s products are sold through leading wholesalers around the world.
Elgin is fully aligned with the unique business needs of each aftermarket customer, and in many cases handles packaging and distribution of those customers’ private labeled products.
A Century of Quality, Innovation & Performance
Elgin’s success story now spans 100 years, with strong growth and market-leading innovations marking every decade.
From its earliest days as Elgin Machine Works, to its longstanding success in the Indianapolis 500 and other leading motorsports events, to the company’s current position as a global supplier to premier OE and aftermarket customers, Elgin has grown through the same relentless focus on quality, innovation and performance.