Since 1958 Par-Kan Company, LLC has been fabricating high quality products from metal. With product lines in agriculture, ground support equipment, refuse, and liquid recycling customers have come to depend on our robust processes and unrivaled service.

As part of a 2016 and 2018 acquisition, Par-Kan now partners with sister companies GB Manufacturing & Fabrication and MWC-Kan to expand our capabilities and our footprint in the Midwest as one of 5 plants in Indiana, Ohio, and Nebraska. As part of a larger company, Par-Kan offers limitless capacity, full product design and engineering support, a wide range of machining options, in-house tool and die, powder coating and a commitment to offer unique solutions to reduce costs, lead time, and improve quality.


Nelson Reyes

Nelson Reyes


As Chief Executive Officer and primary owner, Nelson is responsible for the overall management of Par-Kan and its sister company GB Manufacturing/Fabrication. He drives sales and marketing, new markets, customer and growth strategies. In fact, Nelson has grown the organization more than 400% organically and by acquisition over the last decade. Additionally, the companies have grown from two plants/one location-servicing mostly heavy truck industries to five plants/four locations, servicing multiple markets (auto, heavy truck, industrial, refuse, agriculture, liquid recycling, and ground support).

Mr. Reyes has an MBA from the University of Indianapolis and a mechanical engineering degree from Purdue University.

Clint Wall


As Chief Operating Officer, Clint is responsible for the day to day operations for Par-Kan, MWC, GBM, and GBF companies while working cohesively with Nelson, the CEO, and Owner of these companies. He will develop short-term and long-range strategic business goals that will be executed by Senior Management. He will also focus on managing cost and margin control by reviewing quarterly and annual financial goals. Clint brings more than 25 years of experience and earned his BA from Wabash College, MBA from Indiana Wesleyan, and his Green Belt in Six Sigma from PFW University. He has been successful in turning around troubled companies by using his high-energy leadership style to drive cultural change while holding himself and his team accountable to produce positive KPI results financially and operationally. He also can build strong relationships through observation, communication, and transparency with shop floor employees, customers, suppliers, executive managers, Board of Directors, and investors.