Marion Manufacturing Company is a Connecticut based small business founded in 1946 located in Cheshire, CT. We specialize in progressive metal stamping components, providing our customers with high volume production runs, cost efficiencies, and top of the line quality. We are proud to serve the Medical,Telecomminucations & New Technology, Automotive, Aerospace & Defense, and Electronics industries. With over 75 years in business, we have built our reputation of excellence with customers around the world. Being ISO 9001 and IATF 16949 certified, our quality management system guides our team to consistently be focused on superior quality, continual improvement, and lean practices. Our engineering team utilizes different stamping techniques to ensure repeatability on precision parts. We work with numerous alloys such as stainless steel, copper, brass, titanium, and aluminum. From prototype to production, let us help you determine if metal stamping can be your cost saving, quality driven solution.
The only way to produce a high-quality stamped part is to work with people who enjoy what they do. At Marion, our mission is to treat our customers the same way we treat our employees: with respect, integrity, and transparency. From the moment you walk through our doors, it is evident that our staff loves what we do and how we do it. We emphasize the importance of engagement and continual growth for our labor force because we believe a positive culture attracts and retains top talent. We know we cannot surpass our customer’s expectations until we surpass our worker’s first.
Investing Back In
The key to a successful and sustainable manufacturing company is continually improving, expanding, and investing year after year. We have increased our capabilities through investments in new tooling, machines, and production equipment to widen our capacity to serve our customers better. We know that competitive pricing and quick lead times originate from top-of-the-line machinery and talented personnel running the equipment. Therefore, we made it a focal point to improve our training regimen and hire workers that want to make manufacturing a rewarding career rather than a one-stop job.