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Featured Illinois Manufacturer:
IRON-A-WAY
About Company   Morton, IL
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IRON-A-WAY was established in 1956 as the leading manufacturer of quality built-in ironing centers for the ironing center industry. We offer a variety of premium built-in ironing centers and a truly consistent design, while, delivering the quality and performance that makes IRON-A-WAY a true market leader.  Models differentiate in options and features, but all models are crafted using the same quality materials.  In order to achieve customer satisfaction through consisten product and services we continue to be a certified ISO 9001:2008 supplier.

In the beginning, IRON-A-WAY started its distribution to the commercial market.  Over time, the product line became more residential.  This widened our channel of distribution allowing for the continual development of innovative features that would redefine and surpass the old fashioned way of ironing. Our product line is well known by dealers, architechts, designers, builders, remodelers, and consumers throughout the United States.  Today, IRON-A-WAY continues its dedication to improving its value to its customers aind product lines to remain a leading built-in ironing manufacturing industry leader.

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Products:

Built-in ironing centers.

Contact Information:

Peggy Edwards - Marketing Coord.

www.ironaway.com

309-266-7232



From earth moving equipment to automobiles; medical devices to consumer products, Illinois is home to 20,000 manufacturers employing nearly 600,000 people. 

IMEC, along with our strategic partners, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO), the Manufacturing Extension Partnership, and other friends of manufacturing, have launched this on-line resource to showcase the diversity of products made here and celebrate the companies that manufacture them. In towns from Chicago to Carbondale, manufacturing is the engine that powers the Illinois economy.