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

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


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

Allison Kaplan, Editor-in-Chief said “Dalsin won this year’s award for its successful business diversification and extremely strong profitable growth. Dalsin has grown 20% annually for the last two years in a market that typically grows 1% annually. Dalsin has successfully weathered the health crisis, has improved margins during the crisis, and is in a great position to grow going forward.”

Gary Fruth, Dalsin’s CEO, and Mark Coronna, CMO, received the award during a special Zoom interview. Unfortunately, there was not an opportunity to repeat the live ceremony which TCB Magazine held last year. You can watch the interview here: Industries

Dalsin has been on an award-winning track again in 2020, receiving other awards this year for:

  • 2020 Manufacturer of the Year from the Fabricator & Manufacturer’s Association (FMA)
  • Top 5 Manufacturer from the CIO Bulletin
  • Gold Supplier Award from one of Dalsin’s largest customers: NFI Group

The Bloomington-based business is a leader in providing high-quality precision 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 can manage the entire supply chain on behalf of clients, including verification, design, production, packaging, materials handling, containerization, shipping, logistics, and recycling.