History of Hol-Mac and Pac-Mac
Hol-Mac Corporation, manufacturer of Pac-Mac®, was originally founded in 1963 as Southern Welding and Machine, by Charles B. Holder Jr. In the beginning, the company provided welding and machine shop services to local timber, oil field, construction and farming industries. As Mr. Holder’s resources grew, so did his vision. Led by a sound financial base, technical expertise, and the drive to expand into a world-class manufacturer, Hol-Mac grew from two employees in one facility to five modern facilities with over 800 skilled craftsmen and professionals. With each plant specializing in specific applications, Hol-Mac’s dedicated manufacturing space today totals approximately 600,000 square feet.
In the early 1990’s a new division named Pac-Mac® was created to provide products in the solid waste industry. These products include knuckle boom loaders, rear loaders, shuttle loaders and leaf vacuums. Pac-Mac® expanded its product offerings again in 2013 with the introduction of products to service nonhazardous hauling industries including oilfield, septic, grease trap and more. These products include non-code vacuum trailers, pump/kill trucks, septic trucks and portable restroom service trucks. By combining Hol-Mac’s nearly 50 years of experience in hydraulics, steel fabrications & manufacturing capabilities, Pac-Mac has become an industry leader in design technology & product stability.