Wallingford’s Inc. started as a father and son business in 1972, as R. L. Wallingford and Son. It didn’t take long for son, John J. Wallingford, now president of the company, to take over the business and carry it to another level. In 1975 the business was converted to Wallingford’s Inc. after assets of the previous business were liquidated.
Established in 1922, Veriga has an expansive production program and is a prominent European presence in the forestry industry. Wallingford’s Inc. is looking forward t marketing Veriga’s broad range of products across North America, adding new products to their line-up with European design and quality. They use the best raw materials and have an advanced manufacturing facility, including cutting edge heat treatment with an oil quenching process, resulting in products the user will find to be both functional and durable. New products include a full line of bogie and wheel tracks for forestry equipment, forestry chains for skidders and CTL machinery, and snow/traction tire chains for log trucks, tractors and heavy machinery.