about us

our history

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Clarence Cospolich began a modest business in 1937 building cooler doors for the marine industry in a firehouse in New Orleans. Framing the doors out of wood and then covering them in stainless steel was the beginning of a business that would eventually permeate the US Navy. His cabinet designs were originally created using a drafting table, and the high quality refrigerators were hand built, each individually framed in native Louisiana cypress. Ever-changing and evolving, Cospolich has come a long way from its modest beginnings, and today our very capable engineering staff utilizes computer generated drawings and 3D modeling in every design, while our production crew uses state-of-the-art lasers to cut the stainless integral to all our cabinets.

today

 
 
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In the past 84 years, Cospolich's product line and capabilities have grown ten-fold. We are continuously innovating and imagining ways to better serve the military that so serves us. Our material management and control software provides us with state-of-the-art programming and process monitoring capabilities, not to mention our round-the-clock production of high quality laser-cut parts. Our experienced team of engineers consistently provides our clients with customized designs fit to their needs. We service clients from around the world, from all different industries and environments. Above all, we continue to strive for excellence, just as we did in 1937.

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