Dalsin Industries Wins Top 10 Contract Manufacturer
Bloomington, Minnesota - August 5, 2019
Dalsin Industries was named a Top 10 Contract Manufacturer for its 75 years of innovation by Manufacturing Technology Insights magazine in its July edition. The company was cited for its "Excellence in Fabrication and Design" by the editors. The publication summarized the rationale for the award: "Dalsin continues to pin down new chapters for its ongoing success story. Dalsin's continual evolution and growth - for three-quarters of a century can be attributed to its innate 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 metal fabrication and design."
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.
With strong design engineering capabilities combined with investments in robotics and automation, Dalsin has grown twice as fast as the overall metal fabrication industry over the past ten years. "We have been successful due to our focus on addressing customer needs and how we get involved cross-functionally in helping them optimize the solutions for their customer base," mentions Tom Schmeling, VP Sales.
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