International Trade Council Interviews Chris Leuteritz

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As Patriot Foundry has grown since its inception in 1984, it has always operated on the principles of quality work and superior craftsmanship. When Debbi and Chris Leuteritz purchased the foundry in 2008 they had a vision of keeping the company up to speed with the changing needs of customers and industry standards. Since then, the foundry has come a long way, even garnering attention on an international scale! Most recently, the International Trade Council Interviewed Chris Leuteritz to gain some insight into Patriot Foundry’s successes.

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Gaining Insight into Patriot Foundry’s Success
The International Trade Council recently interviewed one of Patriot Foundry’s owners, Chris Leuteritz, to gain some insight into what makes the company tick. Questions focused on everything from Chris’ personal life, to customer demographics, to the “keys to success” in the metal casting industry.

Read the full International Trade Council interview with Chris Leuteritz