Keeler Brass Company is established in Middleville, Michigan, by Miner Keeler; “Once you put your head to the plow, don’t look back.”
Keeler establishes itself as the most modern screw-making plant in America.
Keeler forges ahead in technology during the Depression years, developing stainless steel sheet metal handles for Studebaker and Ford.
Keeler employs more than 1,400 people.
Keeler’s investments in machinery earn it the title “the most modern zinc die casting plant in the world.”
Keeler becomes the largest manufacturer of hardware for North America’s furniture industry.
Keeler establishes showroom and office in High Point, NC.
Keeler celebrates its centennial anniversary.
Keeler manufactures internationally, opens Dongguan, China office.
Keeler becomes a private company, with major investments in technology.
Keeler introduces the best Architectural door hardware in the world.