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Mayville Engineering Co. Inc. / Sales: $124 million / HQ: Mayville, Wis. / Employees: 900+ / Services: Metal fabrication / Tom Verbos, vice president and general manager: “We explore acquisitions by looking for businesses that will complement our own or expand our reach.” mec has six manufacturing facilities and ships product throughout the united states and internationally. Lifecycle Support mayville engineering says its bevy of services keeps it well ahead of the competition. by brian salgado Mayville Engineering Co. (MEC) Inc. may have its operations spread across the state of Wisconsin, but it offers its customers a one-stop shop for all their metal fabricating needs. With six divisions under the MEC umbrella, the company offers a diversity of complementary services that give customers the ability to consolidate their product needs to a single supplier. MEC offers turnkey mechanical and electro mechanical manufacturing service to support the entire product life cycle. At the front end, MEC supports clients by offering design for manufacturing (DFM) support and rapid prototyping, aiding their 112 SPRING 2010 clients with design validation and speed to market. As the product migrates to production MEC offers a complete range of production fabricating manufacturing capabilities which include laser and plasma cutting, NC punching, metal stamping to 800 tons, brake forming, welding including manual and robotic solutions, turning and machining, premier coating services and assembly services that include the ability to take a product to its final state and ship directly to its customer end customers. “This turnkey manufacturing capability is what customers today are looking for,” says Ryan Raber, MEC contract and prototype sales director. “Customers are reducing their supply base and they want a company that can build product to a higher level, build it to the quality specifications and deliver just when the customer needs it.” The company boasts six manufacturing facilities in four Wisconsin locations – Mayville, Berlin, Beaver Dam and Neillsville, serving markets such as agricultural, construction, military, recreational, medical and industrial. While MEC is a Midwestbased company, MEC ships product throughout the United States as well as international markets. Catering to Demands As part of its continuing efforts to remain the industry leading turnkey one-stop shop for its clients, MEC is building a new $20 million facility for its Phoenix Coaters operation in Bea-

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Manufacturing Today - Spring 2010

Manufacturing Today - Spring 2010
Global Strategies
Cost Concerns
Growth Opportunities
Continuous Improvement
Business Value
Juanita’s Foods
Les Plats du Chef
Gardner Denver
Smeal Fire Apparatus Co.
Club Car Inc.
Parkson Corp.
MKS Instruments Inc.
Amity Technology
Co-Operative Industries
Corbi Plastics
Elyria/Hodge Foundries Co.
Inteplast Group Ltd.
Willbanks Metals
Zotos International Inc.
Akron Foundry Co.
Alo North America
Bosal International
First American Plastic Molding Enterprise
MAC Equipment
Mayville Engineering Co. Inc.
Kurtz Bros. Inc.
Aesco Electronics
Code 3 Inc.
Columbia Marking Tools
Euro-Rite Cabinets
Fampec Technology LLC
Faubion Associates Inc.
Ginsey Industries Inc.
Imagineering Finishing Technologies
Imperial Woodworks Inc.
Innovative Lighting
Liburdi Dimetrics
MTC Transformers
Plastiques GPR
S.A. Robotics
Sunrise Windows
Positran Manufacturing Inc.
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Manufacturing Today - Spring 2010