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G.H. Tool & Mold
that Boeing has tens of thousands of
global suppliers. Our team is dedicated
to meeting every commitment we make
to every customer."
In 2012, G.H. Tool opened its second
facility in Washington. "This investment has proven invaluable for keeping
pace with the demands of the large automotive casters and really helped our
throughput across the board, due to the
space and equipment added with that investment," Graves remarks.
A Three-Legged Stool
G.H. Tool has been a part of Tooling
Technology Holdings, headquartered in
Fort Laramie, Ohio, since 2015.
"We are all engineer-to-order companies with a common mindset," Graves
explains. "Although we serve different
material forming processes, tooling is
our passion and we strive to be the best."
Tooling Technology is a leading supplier of high-quality tooling for a variety of material-forming processes, including thermal forming, compression
molding and automated assembly equipment for the automotive, outdoor and
commercial products sector. G.H. Tool
was Tooling Technology's second addition; earlier in 2015, it acquired Majestic
Industries in Macomb, Mich., a progressive die maker whose major customers
include Ford, GM and Chrysler.
Together, the three companies form
the Tooling Tech Group. It is a one-stop
shop for a wide variety of specialized
tooling solutions, low to medium parts
production and precision machining
services, among other capabilities. "We
are one leg of a three-legged stool,"
Graves notes. "As a platform, we can
serve a variety of industries including
automotive, aerospace, industrial and
automation." This commitment to service is visible in every tooling project the
Group undertakes. "The best tool in the
world is useless if it's not delivered on
time," Tooling Tech Group CEO Tony
Seger says. "That's why we all have an 'on
time every time' standard."
Allemann Machine & Tool is proud to partner with
G.H. Tool & Mold, a leader in large die cast tooling. We are
pleased to play a role in providing quality tooling to a company known for their excellence in the industry. Founded
in 2009, Allemann Machine & Tool is a privately held, family
owned company specializing in custom core pins and die
components, including super-cooled cores and cooling
components. With over 35 years of experience in the
tool and die trade, our President and Co-Founder Terry
Allemann oversees all projects to ensure our customers
are provided with innovative solutions.
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