(La Mirada, CA) DAMAC, a Division of Maysteel, (“DAMAC”), a manufacturer of custom and standard data center infrastructure equipment, is pleased to announce the expansion of its production headquarters in La Mirada, California. This expansion increases the facility from 58,000 sq. ft. to 113,000 sq. ft., and allows DAMAC to streamline its manufacturing processes within
(Allenton, WI) In 2018, Maysteel Industries, LLC, “Maysteel,” redesigned its website to improve user experience for its customers, partners and prospects. In the website’s second phase of improvements, Maysteel successfully migrated its DAMAC Division’s website, DAMAC.com, to Maysteel.com to allow users to view all Maysteel solutions including premium data center products in one digital location.
(Allenton, WI) Maysteel Industries, LLC, (“Maysteel”), a leading manufacturer of custom, sheet metal enclosures, kiosks, cabinets and server racks, is pleased to announce the expansion of their footprint in Monterrey, Mexico with an additional 35,000 sq. ft. facility. Most recently in the news for its upgraded ISO 9001:2015 certification, Maysteel’s flagship Monterrey, Mx facility
(Allenton, WI) With over 80 years of sheet metal experience, we believe it is our responsibility to help cultivate the next generation of manufacturing professionals. We do this by providing students in our own and surrounding communities with facility tours, hands-on work experience and speaking at local schools. This year Maysteel also participated in Manufacturing
(Allenton, WI) As Maysteel Industries, LLC, “Maysteel,” grows to meet the demands of our customers , we are also growing in the digital world by our relaunch of Maysteel.com on September 19th, 2018. With this first phase of our website redesign, our goal is to provide potential and current customers with insight to Maysteel within the
(Allenton, WI) Maysteel Industries, LLC, (“Maysteel”), a leading manufacturer of custom, sheet metal enclosures, kiosks, cabinets and server racks, is pleased to announce our Monterrey, Mexico facility has upgraded their ISO Certification to the ISO 9001:2015 standard with zero non-conformances. Maysteel’s Monterrey facility has been ISO certified since 2013 and its advancement to the ISO
(Allenton, WI) Following DAMAC’s acquisition by Maysteel this past January, DAMAC, the leading manufacturer of custom aisle containment and data racks, released its newly minted title and logo as DAMAC ‘A Division of Maysteel’. This rebrand signifies the strength and unity of the companies under the Maysteel family. DAMAC ‘A Division of Maysteel’ will continue
Since 2010, manufacturers in the United States have seen a shift. After the collapse of 2007 and for years watching led manufacturing facilities and jobs flock overseas, the tide is turning and manufacturing is rebounding. While there is still a way to go to return to even pre-1990 numbers, and the signs are all there
All of us in manufacturing know the difficulties the last decade brought to our industries. Weathering the storm of the “Great Recession” wasn’t an easy path, but we did it here at Maysteel and much of our success and now growth comes down to a simple idea: “Winning breeds winning.”
Design for Manufacturability (DFM), when creating a part for a specific function, is a science and an art. It’s more than just a nightmare for an engineer to hear there is a flaw in the design AFTER manufacturing is underway; it’s a costly event for the manufacturer. This is why our engineers ensure all parts
We believe a strong community is what keeps the community growing. This is why our employees choose to become involved in the United Way of Washington County yearly campaign. We also decide where to provide our donations to each year and we are happy to be supporting Elevate this year with a $7,500 donation!
In the past four years, Maysteel Industries, LLC has donated more than $200,000 to our surrounding community with that money supporting educational programs in manufacturing, as well as local safety net programs. In 2017, we again donated a combined $50,000 to various organizations including the United Way of Washington County, Hartford Union High School, Elevate,