Ohio Metal Fabrication and CNC Machining
The state of Ohio is full of manufacturing facilities, and it is an important player in the Midwestern manufacturing industry. The state has historically been a place where automotive manufacturing happens, but it’s also active in other areas of manufacturing, too.
Many of the facilities and workers in Ohio are some of the best in the industry. Metal manufacturing is one of the sectors that is booming in Ohio, and Mainstay Manufacturing is proud to participate in this area of the industry.
Ohio Manufacturing Industry Facts
Ohio’s manufacturing industry has an output of well over $112 billion, according to the National Association of Manufacturers. The industry accounts for nearly 17 percent of the state’s total gross product. There are over 12,500 manufacturing firms in the state of Ohio.
The output of Ohio’s manufacturing industry has managed to increase plenty in recent years. It hit a low point in 2009 of around $75 billion and has soared to over $112 billion. Metal fabrications products and CNC machining are key sectors of the industry and rank in the top five in terms of importance.
These same areas continue to grow. Mainstay Manufacturing is well-positioned to meet the growing demand in these sectors, and we’re excited to work with companies of all kinds. We partner with companies for the long term to ensure business success.
Locations in Ohio We Serve
At Mainstay, we pride ourselves on providing quality service unlike any other facility in Ohio. When you work with Mainstay Manufacturing you enter into a relationship unlike any other. We are here to see our customers and partners succeed. Your success is our success and we want to help you continue to see growth over time.
The state capital and most populous city in Ohio, Columbus is a fast-growing city and an important city in the midwest. It has a unique and diverse economy and manufacturing plays an important role.
Cleveland is the second-largest city in Ohio and boasts a vibrant community with professional sports teams and a diverse economy. The city is located on the southern shore of Lake Erie across from Canada. The city has been home to important manufacturing firms for decades.
Situated north of the Licking and Ohio rivers and just north of Kentucky, Cincinnati is a fast-growing economy in the Midwest. It’s the third-largest city in Ohio and offers a rich history and culture. Manufacturing here has been an important part of the city’s history.
If you’re a business or organization in Ohio, specifically in one of the places discussed above, and you’re in need for metal fabrication or CNC machining we want to work with you. Reach out to start a conversation today.