Muzeen and Blythe Limited has been supplying the commercial, agricultural, and industrial sectors with state-of-the-art, custom-built machinery and custom machining since 1922. An award-winning firm in Winnipeg’s Inkster Park, Muzeen and Blythe has grown not only locally, but expanded into the United States as well.
Started with a partnership between Roland Muzeen and Fred Blythe in 1922, the company immediately dedicated itself to the support of commercial and industrial establishments. As years went by, the founding partners passed on their knowledge and their customer dedication to various individuals moving through the ranks. These valued employees are now the present owners of Muzeen and Blythe.
Since opening, the shop has grown in size, moving to 187 Sutherland Avenue in 1937. Along with the physical growth, the company has shown the inventiveness to survive the technological changes in their industry. They continue to focus on customer service while maintaining competitive prices and award-winning products.
With many years of experience, Muzeen and Blythe has a wealth of skills and knowledge. Combined with gifts for creativity and inventiveness, they actively develop solutions to all manner of projects presented to by industrial clients.
Their stated goal is, and always has been, to build solutions that lead to long-term relationships. Their customer approach is straight-forward to satisfy their growing list of clients and do what it takes to get the job done. They take extra steps along the way to ensure that every project runs smoothly, from the concept through to initial start-up to minimize customer downtime.
An MHS Centennial Business Award was presented to the proprietors of Muzeen and Blythe by MHS President Dan Furlan on 15 December 2022.
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This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 21 December 2022