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News Dalsin Industries Named Top 5 for Twin Cities

Dalsin is Named Top 5 Winner of Twin Cities Business Manufacturing Award

Bloomington, Minnesota - October 1, 2019

Dalsin Industries was named a Top 5 finalist by Twin Cities Business magazine for TCB Magazine’s first annual Manufacturing Excellence Award. This is a highly coveted award and Dalsin was selected from a large group of nominees. 


Allison Kaplan, Editor-in-Chief said, “Dalsin is exactly the sort of company we are excited to spotlight as we share the story of Minnesota’s depth and breadth in manufacturing.” Dalsin’s consistent growth at twice industry averages, application of technology to improve operations, and management of a global fabrication supply chain program were all attractive to the judges.


Gary Fruth, Dalsin’s CEO, received the award at a ceremony. Gary was supported by Dalsin’s management team. Dalsin has been on an award-winning track in 2019, receiving other awards this year for:

  • Top Ten Manufacturer for Medical Equipment
  • Top 50 Company to Watch in 2019
  • Top Ten Contract Manufacturer

The Bloomington-based business is a leader in providing high-quality metal fabrication services for several key markets. Fulfilling unique customer needs has been Dalsin’s first priority. If efficient manufacturing processes, rich fabrication, and unique collaboration design services aren’t enough to set Dalsin apart, the contract manufacturer manages the entire supply chain on behalf of clients, including verification, design, production, packaging, materials handling, containerization, shipping, logistics, and recycling. Through its global fabrication supply chain program,

Dalsin responds to fabrication needs (raw materials and production capabilities) by tapping into its vast network of global suppliers.

For more information about Dalsin Industries, or for media-related requests, please contact Mark Coronna at 612-554-0081, or email: