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News Dalsin Industries Named a Top 50 Company to Watch

Dalsin Industries Featured in Top 50 Companies to Watch 2020

Bloomington, Minnesota—October 28, 2019

Dalsin Industries was named a Top 50 Company to Watch in 2019 by the Silicon Review. While the publication is heavy on high tech coverage, Dalsin’s use of automation and robotics and its deployment of a global supply chain program earned it a position on the Silicon Review’s annual list.

Dalsin Industries is a metal fabricator which has consistently outperformed its industry in annual growth through a unique combination of innovation and operational excellence. This year, Dalsin celebrates 75 years of consistent business innovation since its founding in 1945. You might not expect either a precision metal fabricator or a 75-year old company to break into a list of technology leaders, but its integration of robotics and automation with its business processes and personnel has consistently made Dalsin unique.

The company was cited by the editors: “Dalsin’s world-class facility has emerged as a sure-fire advantage in securing potential customers, who are impressed when they observe its process capability, state-of-the-art technology, and collaborative workforce.”

Dalsin’s continual evolution and growth can be attributed to its core ability to reinvent itself with planful innovation and a consistent history of investing in technology. While its core principles have remained intact, Dalsin has constantly overhauled and improved its processes to serve evolving market needs in the realm of precision metal fabrication and design. The addition of a global supply chain program three years ago enhanced the company’s ability to serve customers looking for unique capabilities and cost advantages.

The Bloomington-based business is a leader in providing high-quality metal fabrication services for several key markets, including technology and energy-related businesses.


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