For 60 years, the family owned and operated B&G Machine has specialized in remanufacturing diesel engines and component machining. From its start serving the timber industry, the company has broadened its client base to more industries and today, its engines operate in locations around the world, both on land and at sea.
Western Washington’s timber industry was the main source of customers for B&G engines until logging began to decline in the 1990s. Surviving meant modernizing the company’s operations and reaching out to new industries.
By 1998, the nimble B&G had expanded to mining, marine, power generation, oil and gas with customers throughout the western U.S. and Canada. The company’s state-of-the-art facilities in Seattle’s SoDo industrial district now include a new engine assembly operation with one of the largest engine dynanometers in the world.
Having reaped the benefits of diversification, the company next set its sights overseas... Read More