- 3form, Inc.
3form, Inc. manufactures chemical resin materials for the architecture and design industry, with a focus on furniture, strata, and hardware collections. They have 350 employees and annual revenues of $70 million.
- AKG of America
AKG of America, Inc. manufactures brazed aluminum heat exchangers for heavy industrial application markets such as construction, agriculture, mining, and forestry. They have 350 employees and revenues of $100 million in the United States.
- Aquion Water Treatment Products
Aquion Water Treatment Products encompasses several strategic business units that serve the global water treatment industry. These businesses include RainSoft, ProSystems, and Clearwater Tech.
- AxleTech International
Headquartered in Troy, Michigan, AxleTech International is a global manufacturer and supplier of axles, axle components, planetary axles, brakes, and aftermarket parts for specialty trucks, military vehicles, and off-highway machines used in the construction, material handling, forestry, mining, and agriculture markets. AxleTech is a subsidiary of General Dynamics with origins as the North American Off Highway and European Specialty Division of Rockwell International.
Located in Italy, Bluegame is the brainchild of Luke Santella, an architect and Olympic sailor, and Carlo Bonomi, an offshore champion. Their yacht design combines a safety guarantee, thanks to a one-of-a-kind hull and layout; comforts such as large outdoor living spaces; the utmost personalization; the use of best construction processes including infusion; and top of the line materials such as carbon steel. The first model was presented in 2004. The company offers three models ranging from 40 to 60 feet.
- Bryant Rubber
Located in Harbor City, CA, Bryant Rubber has been a manufacturer of engineered, precision molded polymer components since 1971. End products include connector grommets, diaphragms, fluid and gas flow seals, septum closures, and a range of medical products. Bryant Rubber’s Select Primerless Adhesion Polymer System technology allows primerless adhesion of silicone rubber to plastic substrates. The company also provides rubber-to-metal bonding processes and other specialty applications.
- Computer Designs
Computer Designs is a manufacturer of custom thermoforms for the medical, surgical, electronic, and OEM markets. Based in Whitehall, Pennsylvania, the company also has plants in North Carolina, Arizona, and Puerto Rico.
- CORTEC Fluid Control
CORTEC Fluid Control provides specialized equipment and services to the global oil and gas industry. With headquarters in Houma, Louisiana, and more than 30 years of management experience in the industry, CORTEC offers chokes, manifold systems, valves, and flow line equipment such as flanges, spools, adapters, and crosses.
Located in Brazil, Darmex manufactures high-quality chemical products that are used by the rubber industry in general and the automotive tire industry in particular. They serve customers in more than 30 countries over five continents.
Located in Strongsville, Ohio, Eberhard Manufacturing has been a leader in providing high-quality industrial hardware for over 140 years. Today, the 184-employee company is a leading manufacturer of industrial, vehicular, military, and specialty hardware for trucks, trailers, fire and rescue equipment, marine, utility and other vehicles, as well as toolboxes, electrical and industrial enclosures and panels. With over 7,000 products available, Eberhard offers a wide choice of variations and options, many not available from any other source.
- ENERTECH Fabricaciones
ENERTECH Fabricaciones is part of Grupo Industrial Monclova, which started its operations in 1951. Located in Frontera, Mexico- 124 miles from the U.S. border- ENERTECH specializes in the manufacture of heavy equipment and steel structures designed mainly for the export market.
Founded in 1980 in Argentina, Essen is a leading manufacturer of cast aluminum kitchen cookware, sold through direct sales operations. The company has shown continuous growth and now has operations in Paraguay, Uruguay, and Chile.
- Geophysical Survey Systems
Founded in 1970 And based in Salem, NH, Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc. (GSSI) manufactures ground-penetrating radar (GPR) and electromagnetic induction equipment used to explore the subsurface of the earth and to nondestructively inspect infrastructure systems. Applications for GPR solutions include concrete inspection, utility mapping and locating, road and bridge deck evaluation, geophysics, and archaeology.
- Graphicast, Inc.
Graphicast, Inc. is the premier supplier of ZA12 (zinc aluminum alloy) castings. Founded in 1978 and based in Jaffrey, NH, Graphicast has built a reputation as an innovative and collaborative supplier of machined and as-cast parts to a wide range of industries, including medical and diagnostic equipment manufacturers.
- Groov-Pin Corporation
Founded in 1926, Groov-Pin Corporation began manufacturing patented press fit fasteners known as groov-pins to use in various applications, and has also led the way in setting commercial and military standards for engineered fasteners. The company has continuously added to its product line with equipment it designs itself to engineer reliable products that last. Through acquisition, the company has also diversified and began manufacturing precision-turned parts.
- Grupo BTM
Based in Brazil, Grupo BTM is made up of three companies that manufacture and assemble switchboards and low- and medium-voltage electrical panels: BTM Eletromecânica Ltda., BTMEC Indústria e Comércio Ltda., and BTM Service Indústria e Comércio Ltda.
- ICx™ Technologies
ICx™ Technologies develops and integrates advanced sensor technologies for homeland security, force protection, and commercial applications. They have over sixteen different subsidiaries in the United States and Canada.
- Instrument Technology, Inc.
Instrument Technology, Inc. (ITI) designs, develops, and manufactures products for industrial, medical, veterinarian, law enforcement, aerospace, and military markets. Founded in 1967 and located in Westfield, Massachusetts, ITI has produced the most advanced remote viewing instruments and systems available, including borescopes, fiberscopes, and videoscopes for observing or inspecting inaccessible or hostile environments.
- J&E Manufacturing
J&E Manufacturing Company is a contract manufacturer of precision metal components. The company has five locations throughout the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area and western Wisconsin, with a combined area of more than 150,000 square feet. J&E’s extensive range of in-house capabilities includes sheet metal fabrication, stamping, welding, CNC turning, CNC milling, powder coating, screen printing, and assembly. The company also maintains an engineering staff and a tool & die department.
- J. C. Steele and Sons, Inc.
J.C. Steele and Sons, Inc. is the largest producer of heavy clay processing equipment in the United States. The family-owned company has around 150 employees and $32 million in annual sales.
- L&H Industrial
L&H was founded in Gillette, Wyoming in 1964. They are a leading after-market supplier in the mining industry--a world-class rebuilder of heavy mining equipment and engineer, design, and manufacture alternative replacement parts for the surface mining industry. L&H has offices on four continents with over 450 employees. Their distribution and service network spans the globe, with distributors in all major mining areas worldwide. The company is committed to maintaining its reputation as a high-quality repair, fabrication and manufacturing provider.
- Miljoco Corporation
Miljoco Corporation is an international manufacturer of temperature and pressure instruments used in the refrigeration, food service, commercial heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC), and processing industries. Miljoco has 35 people in its headquarters and manufacturing facility in Detroit, and 55 more at a plant in Shanghai, China.
- MOR/ryde International
Founded in 1966 in Elkhart, Indiana, MOR/ryde International makes suspension systems, trailer brakes and aftermarket products for the recreational and commercial vehicle industry. The company has also expanded into custom-fabricated solutions: designing, engineering and producing components and systems for automotive, medical equipment, agriculture and general manufacturing. They have more than 300 employees in multiple facilities.
- Nelson Industrial
Nelson Industrial designs and manufactures precision fabricated metal products for customers throughout the world. Its 150,000-square-foot manufacturing and warehouse facility in Pickering, Ontario, Canada, produces a wide range of proprietary and OEM products, and markets them through six divisions: access doors, architectural metals, automotive, contract manufacturing, storage products, and mission critical.
- Precision Manufacturing Group
Founded in 1988 and located in New York, Precision Manufacturing Group has grown from employing fewer than 10 people to nearly 50. Precision Manufacturing Group has helped develop and manufacture metal parts used by a wide range of industries, from aerospace and electronic components to decorative and consumer products. Photochemical etching is a complex process which utilizes acids to produce thin metal parts, typically between .0005"-.060", exhibiting tight tolerance features. In conjunction with Precision Specialty Fabrications, the company offers full secondary and finishing capabilities.
- Quality Metalcraft, Inc.
Quality Metalcraft, Inc. is a supplier of high-quality prototype and low-volume production automotive parts with a focus on the fast-growing aftermarket and specialty car industries. They have 250 employees and more than $17 million in annual revenue.
- Silex Innovations Inc.
Silex Innovations Inc. specializes in the design, manufacture, and supply of a complete line of standard and customized exhaust products such industrial silencers, emission control products, insulation blankets, and exhaust accessories. Silex is the market leader in Canada, with 110 employees and $12 million in annual revenues.
- Skills Inc.
Through responsible management and solid corporate partnerships, Skills Inc. creates and maintains a stable, rewarding place of work, where persons with disabilities contribute their skills. The company, with three locations in the state of Washington, is a contract manufacturer providing products and services to the aerospace industry. A skilled workforce of over 400 employees is able to fabricate and machine complex parts to drawing and customer specifications. Additionally, Skills Inc. is a growing provider of minor and complex aircraft sub-assemblies. Work is completed to legacy and model-based designed engineering.
- Technicon Industries, Inc.
Technicon Industries, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of quality laminate and composite material solutions for noise control, vibration damping, and cushioning. They have 35 employees and revenues of $11 million per year.
ThermoFab specializes in the thermoforming of high-quality plastic enclosures for a wide range of medical, industrial, and computer products. They strive to be a leader in the thermoforming industry through its use of innovative and award-winning design and manufacturing techniques.
- Ultra Clean Technology
Ultra Clean Technology is an international leader in the design and manufacture of critical subsystems for original equipment manufacturers in the semiconductor, flat panel, medical, and solar industries. UCT has 900 employees and annual revenues of $300 million.
- UPCO, Inc.
UPCO, Inc. is a leading US manufacturer of “downhole” oil field equipment, including sucker and pony rods, couplings, polished rods, sinker bars and pup joints. The company supplies major international oil companies and employs 100 people in their Oklahoma facility.
Walworth is one of Mexico’s leading manufacturers of industrial valves for fluid control. They manufacture a variety of valves in a wide variety of materials, such as carbon and alloyed steels, stainless steels, nickel alloys, ductile, iron, and bronze.
- Ward Leonard
Located in Connecticut, Ward Leonard provides control systems, electric motors, relays, and other electronics for failure-not-an-option situations. For more than 120 years, their products have harnessed power for complex, technical and mission-critical infrastructure applications in harsh environments. Clients include the US military and commercial operations that require dependable products for their unique applications. The company manufactures new and aftermarket equipment for applications where reliability must not be compromised. Ward Leonard components are currently in use in oil and gas drilling rigs, aircraft carriers, destroyers, submarines, emergency power generators, and alternative energy control systems.