Pro-Gram Engineering Sells to Billet Speedworks LLC - Engine Builder Magazine

Pro-Gram Engineering Sells to Billet Speedworks LLC

Pro-Gram Engineering has its manufacturing operations after founder and owner of 35 years, Ken Anderson, retires.

Pro-Gram Engineering, a leader in billet main caps, and owner Ken Anderson have announced the sale of all business assets to Billet Speedworks LLC, an entity formed by long time Pro-Gram employee Josh Martinez.

Pro-Gram Engineering was founded in 1984 by Ken Anderson, and has manufactured American-made billet main caps for thousands of customers and hundreds of applications around the world. Billet Speedworks will take over all operations of Pro-Gram Engineering including manufacturing, sales and support. Operations will continue at the same Barberton, Ohio facility.

Josh Martinez is a 13-year employee of Pro-Gram Engineering, and has been head of manufacturing for the last nine years. Billet Speedworks will continue to offer the highest-quality, American-made billet main caps in the market, as well as introduce new automotive performance products in the near future.

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