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Dextech

Dextech is the place that bolts are made of, using the modern instruments and test equipment in the industry. From critical engine fasteners to screw/wash sems and shoulder bolts to double ended studs, the company uses a range of manufacturing process, including cold farming and heat treatment. With annual sales rising year to year from just 60 million in 2009 to 150 million in 2017, the company has proven time and time again that they have what it takes to succeed.

Graymont

Graymont today employs over 1,500 employees providing not only employment but a place for professional growth and advancement in a wide range of fields including, engineering, HR, legal services, finance, marketing and development, geology and mine engineering, just to name a few. Since its founding in 1948, the company now spans the globe in over 20 locations producing 5 million tons of construction stone, 4 million metric tons of lime products and 1.3 million tons of limestone. With an estimated $200 million, the company is continuing strong.

Artiflex

This company deals with three primary disciplines, including engineering, tooling, and manufacturing. The genius of the company lies in its ability to overlap these skills in a collaborative and innovative manner to meet the individual needs of each client. Artiflex just announced its acquisition of specialty firm in the field of stamping process prediction called US forming technology. The company maintains six facilities across the Midwest and Southern USA and has partnerships in China and Kora for tooling. Not bad for a company that started out in 1860 making carriages for horse and buggies.

Michelin

This company started as a modest factory back in 1889 and would later grow into much greater operations Vietnam. Today the company employs nearly 113,000 employees across the globe with a strong revenue of over € 20 billion, operating income of over € 2.5 billion and assets worth up to € 25 billion. In recent years the company has designed new and better technologies, including the pax system, tweel, X One and the Agri. Moreover, the company publishes popular tour, hotel, and Restaurants along with roadmaps in Europe.

Universal Alloy Corporation

Universal Alloy Corporation hires over 1,800 people across the globe in three manufacturing locations, which are fully integrated for high-quality assembly, precision machining, and superior surface treatment. While specializing in 2000 and 7000 series alloys, the company also tailors a wide spectrum of alloys to match the needs of each companies needs. Additionally, the company holds a number of certifications, which show that it meets the highest of industry standards including Nadcap, AS9100, EHS and Part 21 POA.

Mauser

At 207 years old this firearms company has over the centuries sold arms to a number of countries across the globe to both military and civilian use. Its 98 carbines were particularly popular during WW1 and its Mauser HSc saw large production during WW2. Today, the company produces hunting and gaming rifles for personal use including the M18, M12, M03, and M98 for both big and small game. Guns are made from solid one-piece steel structures with the top of the line technology and know-how.

Lafarge

With 185 years of experience, it is safe to say that Lafarge knows everything there is to know about the cement business. Several years back in 2015, the company merged with Holcim, a Swiss cement company to form LafargeHolcim and have taken the leadership position in the industry. The deal has transformed the company into the third largest building materials supplier on the international scene. The company brings in over €12 billion in revenue, enjoys a net income of nearly €2 billion and maintains assets of over €34 billion.

AMETEK, Inc.

AMETEK, Inc. specializes in the manufacturing of electromechanical devices in aerospace, medical device, telecommunication and energy industries. With assets worth over £7 billion, revenue at nearly £4 billion the company is listed in the New York Stock Exchange, S&P 500 and the Russle 1000. The company has made a number of acquisitions over the years including Rotron Inc. in 1998, which deals with aerospace, Advanced Industries Inc, which creates starter generators in 2007 and the latest MOCON, which designs gas analysis instrumentation among numerous others.

Marathon Cheese

Marathon Cheese started in the basement of Ray and Marie Goldbach back in 1952 and has grown over the years to encompass four production facilities in Mountain Home, Idaho; Booneville, Mississippi; and Medford Wisconsin. As its name suggests the company produces a range of cheese products and has devised custom packaging solutions for its clientele.

Faurecia

If you need automotive parts, you should check out the sixth largest manufacturer worldwide Faurecia. As of 2017, the company employs 100,000 in 34 countries across the globe in 320 production sites and 30 R&D centers. 5,500 engineers and technicians are included among the workforce. With 460 patents filed in 2012 alone and revenue of over € 16 billion as of 2017, there is no doubt that the company will continue to be a mover and shaker in the industry for years to come.

  

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