Introduction and History of B&P Littleford
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We have a long history of helping with the industrial mixer market. The company started as Werner and Pfleiderer in 1886 across the river from our current Saginaw, MI location. The government took over the company around World War I under the Alien Property Act and it was sold to Baker Perkins. We ran under the Baker Perkins name until 1982 when it was assumed by APV. In 1995 APV sold the company and we became B&P Process Equipment. In 2015 we purchased the assets of Littleford-Day and changed the company name yet again to B&P Littleford on January 1, 2017. For more about our history, head to http://www.bphs.net/GroupFacilities/S/Saginaw/index.htm
The company has been operating at the same location under the various names listed above since 1920. We still support the industrial mixers and centrifuges made decades ago with parts and rebuild services.
B&P Littleford takes pride in being experts of industrial mixing equipment and we look forward to serving you for centuries to come!