Goldens’ Foundry and Machinery Company was established in 1882 and is now best known by the brand name Goldens’ Cast Iron. It’s still Columbus-based, now run by descendants of the original founders. Here’s how the company has pivoted in the last few years, and how it has stayed true to itself and its founders’ vision.
Doing business on the edge of a cutting-edge industry is not for the weak of will or wallet. When Netherlands-based electric vehicle (EV) player Heliox opened a new headquarters in the Brookwood Hills area of Atlanta last May, the company trumpeted pedal-to-the-metal plans to literally electrify the continent.