60 Years of Success

In 1959, an entrepreneur, Marvin Johnson, saw an opportunity with a new industrial product that bridged the gap between trucks and warehouse docks, as transportation was moving from railways to over-the-road trailers. He knew his customers would need this product and his company could be the one to provide it. In 60 years the family has turned this insight into an industry.

Johnson Equipment Company

High Precision, High Performance

Engineered Machined Products (EMP) is a leading manufacturer of high-precision machined and electric components for a wide range of industrial applications such as water and oil pumps, fans, motor housings, thermal management systems, and more. Headquartered in Escanaba, Michigan, EMP products are used by customers worldwide.

Engineered Machined Products

Power and Integration

Anderson Industrial Engines, known to most clients as AIE, distributes engines, electrical generators, parts, power units, and more from the world’s leading manufacturers. AIE represents well-known brands such as Kubota, JCB, American Honda, the Ford Motor Company, and Fiat Powertrain Technologies. The company’s products are almost exclusively destined for off-highway equipment, with customers in related industries including construction, agriculture, and equipment rental as well as those needing pumps or generators.

Anderson Industrial Engines

Vertically Integrated Molding, Machining and Manufacturing Solutions

With customers in the chemical, water, and food processing industries – not to mention aerospace, medical and other high-stakes sectors – there is no margin for error. Jrlon recognizes this and continues to deliver parts, solutions and service of the highest quality, doing so by growing its capacity and expertise across materials and manufacturing processes.


An Established Business Sees – and Seizes – the Future

Greenwood Fabricating & Plating is a leader in its field of metal manufacturing – not only in Greenwood, South Carolina, but also nationally and globally. Its strategy for the future, as we see, rests on two main columns – better communication with clients, and diffusing knowledge and effectiveness throughout the entire company.

Greenwood Fabricating & Plating

Over 50 Years of Precision Turned Components for Any Application

Since 1965, Swiss Automation has been a supplier of precision turned components, and its work has been rewarded with contracts that extend to the aerospace, defense, medical device, firearms, and hydraulics markets. We spoke with National Sales Director Tom Irvin to find out more.

Swiss Automation

The New Capabilities of Additive Manufacturing

It’s easy to say, “We’re going to change the world.” It is far rarer to truly believe it. Extrude Hone is embracing radical new technologies to bring to manufacturing unprecedented levels of scale, complexity and precision.

Extrude Hone

Precision Metal Stamping and Swiss Screw Machining

Tooling Dynamics specializes in precision metal stamping and Swiss screw machining. This contract manufacturer serves the electronic connector industry and originated as a small stamping operation in 1982 with only one stamping press and fifteen thousand square feet of space.

Tooling Dynamics

Great Ideas and Marketing Require Great Packaging Solutions

At Inline Filling Systems (IFS) every project is exciting and new. Because companies with great product ideas and impressive marketing plans turn to IFS for the other element they need – namely, understanding how to turn mechanical processes into unmatched packaging solutions.

Inline Filling Systems

A Step Above

If you are in the material handling industry, your business lives and dies by the performance of its machines. Nowadays, companies are asking for leaner, better machines that can be modified to adapt to changing environments, and MGL Engineering of Lakeland, Florida can do just that.

MGL Engineering

The Plastic Problem

Millions of tons of plastic are carelessly discarded annually, destined for landfills or leaked into the environment. Eight million tons of this plastic finds its way into the oceans each year. At this rate there will be more plastic in the ocean (by weight) than fish by 2050, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation reports.

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