Industrial Park

December 2018

Webster Area Development Corporation established an industrial park in the mid-1990s. The businesses situated here are unique in that many take advantage of each other's resources to manufacture their goods. This integrated concept has provided ancillary services that don't need to be outsourced across the country.

Our goal is to grow our regional economy through industrial expansion and entrepreneurship. Our prairie landscape features many available acres of land for new, large-scale factories for your relocation or expansion plans. 

Add to that, our recreational opportunities that allow us to attract a dedicated and highly-motivated skilled labor pool, and you have the elements of a winning location.

Our Industries

Anderson Industries

(605) 345-3349   |

This innovative agricultural manufacturing company expanded to Webster in November 2014. In addition to inventing products that make customers more profitable by making their processes more efficient, Anderson Industries has several products, including Fuel Horse, Torpedo Hitch, Disc Leveler, Opener, Sprayer Jack, Rip Saw Wheel Loader, and Wheel Loader Grapple. The company has seen tremendous growth since founded by Kory Anderson in 2006 as an on-site heavy equipment repair business operating out of his garage in Andover, at just the age of 22.

Dakota Foundry

(605) 345-3349   |

This state-of-the-art foundry's processes include no-bake moulding, greensand moulding, no-bake cores, shell cores, cupola melt, pattern repair/maintenance, casting cleaning, grinding, and finishing, just to name a few. With employee ownership and 200+ years of combined foundry experience, a high level of pride, skill, and craftsmanship go into each and every casting. Foundry services are provided to manufacturing companies throughout the nation and just down the street. It was purchased by Anderson Industries in 2014.

Dakota Fiberglass

(605) 345-3961

With a present customer base of large global manufacturers down to the local individual who needs a custom order, there is no fiberglass job too large or small. Processes include hand lay-up, closed vacuum molding, light RTM, and open molding. Current production of aerial utility baskets, large and small fan housings, small boats, mausoleum rest beds, skylight panels for sheds, and various other covers are just some of the examples of manufacturing capabilities.

ESCO Manufacturing

(605) 345-4952   | 

This electronic sign manufacturer boasts over 40 years of experience and more than 100 employees at two facilities provide signs nationwide from custom projects to large program fulfillment. ESCO has perfected the blend of design, materials, manufacturing processes, and quality control with dedicated craftsmanship to produce sign products of exceptional quality and value.

Glacial Lakes Finishing, Inc. 

(605) 345-4992   |

This company offers powder coating, mechanical finishing, conversion coating, remanufacturing and sub-assembly services to its current and new customers in the Midwest.


(605) 345-3347   | 

This company's century-long success is due to a passion for providing customers with the technology to quickly and precisely machine and process a wide variety of materials. Whether providing machining and software optimization and control solutions to rapidly minimize material waste in lumber processing or process aluminum sheet, Mereen-Johnson's capabilities extend from a custom application and design to OEM UL rated assembly and manufacture.