Bunting has grown to become one of the largest producer of bronze bearings in the United States. We are unmatched in terms of quality and customer service and provide the optimal solutions for your industry.
1907 - Bunting Brass & Bronze was founded in Alliance, OH
1909 - Bunting Brass & Bronze moved from Alliance, OH to Toledo, OH
1949 - Barnes Manufacturing, later renamed B-Mold, opened in Mansfield, OH
1952 - Apex Bearing was founded in Hudson, OH
1955 – Bunting Brass & Bronze acquired Detroit Sintered Metals which operated as a subsidiary until later
1964 - Detroit Sintered Metals began operating as a facility of Bunting Brass & Bronze in Kalamazoo, MI
1968 – NL Industries purchased Bunting Brass & Bronze letting it retain its name
1972 - Eagle-Picher Bearings and Metals Division acquired Masten Corporation and its subsidiary, Apex Bearing
1981 - Eagle-Picher acquired Bunting Brass & Bronze from NL Industries
1982 - Eagle-Picher Bearings & Metals Division was consolidated and renamed Eagle-Picher Bearings Division
1989 - Four Eagle-Picher Bearings Division officers purchased the division, naming it Bunting Bearings Corp.
1990 - The Holland, OH facility was built to be the new corporate offices and national warehouse
1998 - A 56,000 sq. ft. addition was made to the Holland facility and machining operations from Delta and Mansfield were consolidated into Holland
2004 - Bunting Bearings Corp. was bought by Bearing Acquisition, LLC and renamed Bunting Bearings, LLC.