JASPER Engines are built in the US and proudly installed by automotive shops all over the United States. This engine specifically was built by JASPER Engines in 2008 and has ran for more than 523,000 miles!! Over 1/2 Million Miles! Not many can say that. - Photo by Whitey's Truck Center in Little Rock Arkansas
These days JASPER products can be found just about anywhere. Just ask Roman’s Design, a California-based business specializing in custom-built machinery.
Roman’s most recent activity involves the Royal Canadian Air Cadets with a contract for 11 glider launching systems as part of their glider training program.
The launcher is a single winch drum built on a solid steel frame. It's powered by a JASPER Remanufactured International 7.3L diesel engine producing 325 horsepower. When placed at the end of a runway, or field, the 6,700 pound system can pull a tethered glider into the air at speeds in excess of 80 mph.
November 2, 2015 JASPER's Engine Division is currently undergoing major renovations at its Wernsing Road location. Associates in the newly designated work area "POD 20" just completed their first unit, a remanufactured Chevrolet 2.2L engine. This particular POD will also produce a variety of GM V-6 engines and big blocks. "Overall, the move from front to back went great," said Ricardo Bravo, Group Leader of POD 20.
The new PODs are incorporating LED overhead lighting, expanded work areas and improved product flow for optimal production.
News Release Jasper Engines & Transmissions announces the following organizational change to its Crawford County Transmission Division. Daniel Farmer has been named a Group Leader for the Transmission Division. Daniel will oversee remanufacturing duties in five transmission work areas, along with their respective dynamometer testing and shipping areas.
Daniel has been an Associate with JASPER Engines & Transmissions for five years. His previous duties included overseeing the Fitness Program at Crawford County, as well as coordinating Work Conditioning classes for new Associates. Daniel began his manufacturing career by participating in two Workshops within the Crawford Gas Division. Most recently, he has served as a Team Leader in the Crawford Transmission Division.
“Daniel brings the Crawford Transmission Division a great skill set to help us continue to drive the improvements needed in Safety, Quality, Productivity, Customer Service and Reduction of Waste,” said Joe Haug, Crawford County Transmission Division Manager. Effective 10/23/2015