(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
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.”
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,
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
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
Metal fabrication has a centuries old history. We know humans began working with metal nearly 9,000 years BEFORE Jesus. In fact, the earliest known metal mining operation dates back to a copper pendant found in Iraq that appears to have been fabricated in 8,700 BCE. Early man saw metal and metalworking as a skill initially
Thousands of people will fly into Oshkosh at the end of July for the annual Experimental Aircraft Association Airventure. This week, Kettle Moraine EAA Chapter 1158 will host “Air Camp” in preparation for the EAA AirVenture and Maysteel will be there for an exciting event we help with every year: The Sheet Metal Project Build.
For Immediate Release Contact: Chris Tofalli Chris Tofalli Public Relations LLC 914-834-4334 Littlejohn Capital Announces Acquisition of Maysteel Industries SAVANNAH, GA, April 25, 2017 – LJC Investments III, LLC, an investment vehicle controlled by Littlejohn Capital, LLC (“Littlejohn Capital”), today announced the acquisition of Maysteel Industries, LLC (“Maysteel”) from Revolution Capital Group, LLC. Maysteel specializes
Those of us involved in metal forming on a daily basis often take for granted the history of how we got to where we are; taking pieces of metal and forming them into the shapes we need was a huge step in human evolution. How we make ideas made in metal now has come a
By 2025, manufacturers in the United States will need to fill 3.5 million jobs but will only be able to fill about 1.5 million. The reason: the lack of skilled workers and the difficulty getting the younger generations interested in “building things”. There’s a reason most engineering colleges see nearly 100% of their graduating students
(West Bend, WI) – Maysteel Industries LLC supports Allenton and the surrounding communities through investments in education programs in manufacturing, as well as local safety net programs. In an effort to ensure needs are being met, Maysteel provided United Way of Washington County, West Bend High School, and Moraine Park Technical College with financial support