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,
All of us at Maysteel realize our success is built on much more than the custom metal enclosures we create for all of our clients. Our success is based on our workers and the community we live in and how we support the community we call home. This is why we look to re-invest in
Maysteel Industries, LLC (“Maysteel”), a leading manufacturer of custom, precision, OEM sheet metal enclosures, electrical cabinets and metal fabricated assemblies, announced today the acquisition of DAMAC Products, LLC (“DAMAC”), a leading manufacturer of custom data center infrastructure equipment. DAMAC’s data center infrastructure products include server cabinets, wallmount racks, seismic and thermal management products, power distribution
US Manufacturing saw large growth in 2017 and a survey completed by manufacturers and supply chain management groups shows 2018 will be no different. The question for many of us is this: while demand for our products grows, will we see more people interested in becoming skilled laborers.
We are in the midst of the yearly campaign for the United Way of Washington County. As part of the “United Force For Good”, Maysteel is proud to raise funds to help our community. The United Way of Washington County does so much for so many of us, it’s only right that we all pitch
Wisconsin has a rich manufacturing history and it continues to grow across the state and change as new technologies move all of us forward. We are celebrating Wisconsin Manufacturing Month with Wisconsin Manufacturing and Commerce, highlighting what makes Wisconsin manufacturing so special. Wisconsin Manufacturing History Beer: As we all know, some of the first manufacturing
In 2016, Maysteel in Mexico signed-up for a voluntary safety program with the Mexican government. The program, the “Occupational Safety and Health Self-Management Program”known as “PASST” in Mexico, calls on employers in all industries to promote safe job sites and the health of their employees. The Mexican government recently sent a letter to our plant