Letter From The President

From our beginning in 1950, Empro has been guided by one basic belief: THE CUSTOMER IS KING.

This philosophy has served us well as we grew from our humble beginnings in a 2-car garage to our present facility situated on 10 acres northeast of Indianapolis, IN. We moved to this location in 1968. Since moving we have expanded a number of times to increase our efficiencies to meet the needs of our customers.

Empro is a closely held family owned and operated business in the third generation of family management. Many of our employees have been with us for over 40 years. Our employees are dedicated to doing whatever is necessary to meet our customers’ requirements. Whether it is a custom designed shunt or a standard catalog item you can be assured it will be manufactured with the care and attentiveness necessary to insure you receive the highest quality product available.

We have produced millions of shunts from 0.1 amp to 60,000 amps. We have an extensive selection of standard shunts in twelve basic designs and types. Additionally, our engineers have designed thousands of custom shunts to meet the requirements of special applications. If you do not find what you need in our catalog, our engineers are available to assist in designing a shunt that will meet your special requirements. If you have questions about our standard products or want to discuss designing a custom shunt, please call us at 317-823-4478 or e-mail us at engr@emproshunts.biz.

Concerned about delivery? Don’t be. We ship on time.

Do you have a continuing production requirement? We offer a number of programs to assure you have a continual flow of product, including JIT, stocking programs, demand/pull, KanBan, etc.

The fact that many of our customers have been with us for decades is testament to our focus on service and as proof that we do what we say we will do. Large or small, new or old, we treat all of our customers and their orders the old fashioned way, with caring and dedication to helping you satisfy your customer.


Gary J. Graf