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Major Employers

Auburn’s Manufacturing Employers

Fast Global Solutions

Employees: 143
Fast Global Solutions equipment ships worldwide with fast turnaround times from our three high-capacity manufacturing facilities. As employee-owners, we care about our work, and it shows in what we produce: stringently tested, durable, safe equipment for theground supportandpackage-handling industries, as well as for theU.S. military.

Magnolia Metal Corp

Employees: 70
We currently serve a diverse variety of customers, with a variety of standard and non-standard alloys available to perfectly fit any customer’s needs, large or small.

Built on quality and customer service, Magnolia ships world-wide. Our foundry and machine shop are located in Auburn, Nebraska, with a sales and accounting office in Omaha. As OSHA and EPA restrictions concerning lead have intensified, we have met the challenge by investing in the foundry to continue to produce leaded alloys & by developing a bearing alloy that does not contain lead.

Southeast Ready Mix

Employees: 12
At Ready Mixed Concrete, we are committed to providing quality products and unmatched service to our customers. We are committed to continually improving our products and services to keep current with the changes in our environment. We believe innovation and integrity form the foundation to building and maintaining customer relationships.

Auburn’s Top Ten Nonmanufacturing Employers

Nebraska Public Power District Sheridan Training Facility/Emergency Preparedness Center

Employees: 700

Electric utility

Auburn Public Schools

Employees: 150


Good Samaritan Society

Employees: 120

Health Care

Nemaha County Hospital

Employees: 86


Educational Service Unit 4

Employees: 70


Nemaha County

Employees: 62


outheast Nebraska Developmental Services (SENDS)

Employees: 60

Social Services

Sun Mart

Employees: 35

Grocery store

Auburn Family Health Center, P.C.

Health Care

AKRS Equipment

Employees: 23

Farm equipment dealer and repair

Southeast Nebraska Developmental Services (SENDS)

Stutheit Implement