TODCO 60th Anniversary Features Contest to Find Oldest Working Door

To help celebrate 60 years in business, TODCO is searching for the oldest TODCO roll-up door that is still in operation and on the road today.

The winner will receive a check for $1,000 and a new TODCO door in exchange for the original door so it can be placed on display in TODCO’s R & D department. Please email photos, door serial number and contact information to by July 31. The winner will be announced and contacted by Aug. 31, 2017.

“TODCO is proud of our 60 years of innovation and customer support for our valued OEM and distributor partners and fleet customers. We look forward to the future with great optimism,” stated Joe Owen, President.

TODCO began in 1957 in Hartford City, IN and relocated to Marion, OH in 1962, where products are still manufactured today. TODCO has a second factory in Tecate, Mexico, that was relocated from Fresno, CA, in 2008.

TODCO was the first door manufacturer to introduce stainless steel door cables, UV-cured prime and top coat, M.S. (Maximum Security) lock, tongue and groove panel joints, light weight fiberglass insulated doors, composite WeatherTite dry freight doors, 1” and 2” SupeRollers, as well as many other industry-tested and trusted products.

Visit TODCO in Booth #2444 at ATA’s TMC Technology and Maintenance Council Exhibition located in Nashville, TN (February 27-March 1) and Booth #3313 at NTEA’s Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, IN, (March 15-17).