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Waukesha Metal Products forms metal using numerous processes such as stamping and sheet metal fabrication. “Our business revolves around our customer relationships,” President and CEO Jeffrey Clark says. “What we’ve tried to do with our process capability is to expand it to meet the metalforming needs of our customers.

Taking a flat piece of metal and turning it into an aerospace component requires a variety of processes, such as drop-hammer forging, bolt forming and hydroforming.

“We do both welded and mechanical assemblies and mechanical fastening,” explains Guy Rissetto, new product introduction director for Triumph Fabrications – San Diego.

In some industries, failure simply is not an option. One of those industries is aviation, and ST Aerospace Mobile (STA Mobile) knows the quality of its aircraft maintenance and modification services must be be­yond reproach each and every time it serves a client because of the high-stakes nature of flight.

The name pretty much sums up the business – Precision Roll Grinders Inc. But like all high art, it may look easy, but it is difficult to attain. Coming as close to perfection as they can – within 20 millionths of an inch or a 100th the thickness of a human hair – Precision Roll Grinders’ employees round out their work days providing some of the highest accuracy.

Celebrating its 65th anniversary this year, industrial mechanical services contractor W. Soule & Co. has grown and thrived through the decades based on its core values of quality, safety, cost-effectiveness and customer service. This has secured the company’s reputation in the industry, according to COO Gary Cline. 

Jim Toy, vice president of operations and supply chain at MFC Group, believes managing a supply chain program is far from a one-man job. In fact, he maintains that it’s not just a singular team effort, either. In his view, it takes a cross-functional team which includes internal and external resources.  

Three-D Metal Works Inc. is named for the three Dail brothers who founded it in 1993: Donny, Gary and Bobby. However, it can also refer to the extra dimension of service the company provides in the steel fabrication business. Donny Dail says the Andrews, S.C.-based company excels at fabricating for practically any purpose, and customer satisfaction is one of its top priorities.

When we close doors and windows, we like to feel secure that their tight seals will not let any unwanted air, smoke, fire, noise or rain in. That feeling of security is what Zero International Inc. strives to provide with its gasketing products. Based in the Bronx, N.Y., Zero International’s lines also include hinges, saddles, thresholds and flood barrier shields. The company started operations in 1924 as a manufacturer of mosquito screens.

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