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JV Driver is a multidiscipline industrial contractor serving the oil and gas, petrochemical, forestry and mining industries since 1989. The Leduc, Alberta-based company lives up to its trademark slogan “Single Site, Single Source,” because it is the only fabricator in Alberta that offers full module assembly packages in­cluding structural steel, pipe and vessel fabrication. “I think our offering has definitely put us in a leading position,” says Corey Callahan, general manager of JV Driver’s fabrication facility. “Owners come to us to be a complete solution to their module and fabrication needs.”

Teledyne Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS), a business unit of Teledyne Technologies Inc. of Thousand Oaks, Calif., is a premier build-to-print manufacturer of high-tech circuit card assemblies and box build assemblies for the aerospace and defense industry. Teledyne EMS has a long heritage of providing the aerospace and defense industry with highly reliable sophisticated assemblies and engineering services since 1967.

ChemCo Systems goes beyond merely providing epoxies for infrastructure applications. Instead, the company boasts the ability to provide unique solutions for these civil engineering challenges.

Few people truly understand just how sophisticated the technology for the foodservice industry has become unless they are familiar with a company like FAST Inc. The Stratford, Conn.-based manufacturer is a pioneer and international leader for timers, and temperature and process controls in foodservice equipment.

As the manufacturing of voice and data communications cabling steadily grows into an offshore commodity, CEO of Control Cable Richard Meltzer says his Maryland-based company has shifted focus to custom cabling manufacturing.

Since 1963, Ace Controls has had its sights set on the future. Founder Bill Chorkey Sr. had a background in air valves and continuously sought new markets to apply his brand of motion-control products. He de­signed pieces to decelerate loads, prevent impact damage, reduce noise and improve performance.

The year 2009 was a do-or-die period for many companies. In the manufacturing world, where a company’s strength is largely dependent upon the health of other industries, an economic downturn could have devastating effects. But as Alfmeier Friedrichs & Rath LLC (AF&R) proves, bad storms can be weathered if the proper strategy is in place.

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