Ramco Specialties continues to make significant investments in its Michigan facility. The company has purchased a third building, adjacent to its two existing buildings. The addition provides 10,000 square feet of production space, creating a total of 45,000 square feet in Ramco’s Michigan location.
The expansion is a part of Ramco’s ongoing goal of increasing production in the United States. With the national supply chain problems and lack of timely delivery created by international trade, Ramco has made a commitment to help alleviate these issues by boosting its manufacturing capacity and ability to get product to market quicker.
This addition to its Michigan production space will continue to bolster turnaround time of machining and all turned products. New machinery will be added to the third building to support growth in CNC mill and lathe production, screw machine capabilities and grinding requests. Ramco Michigan will continue to focus on its expertise in machining for precision applications, particularly for the automotive and aerospace industries.
“Ramco is always interested in providing solutions. The difficulty facing so many US manufacturers to be able to source product is a serious economic issue. Our company is well positioned to improve the quantity, quality and speed for filling the manufacturing pipeline,” said Jeff Melick, Director of Sales Marketing at Ramco Specialties.
Ramco Michigan can machine a variety of materials, including multiple grades of aluminum, stainless steel, cast iron, copper, brass, bronze and nylon. Common applications include hydraulic couplings, adapters with O-ring and screens, quick disconnects, spark plugs, compression tubes, fittings, plugs with assembled magnets, bushings, drive and pop shafts, nozzles, and shear pins.
Ramco Michigan is certified for IATF 16949:2016 and AS9100D. In addition to IATF 16949:2016, Ramco Ohio and Europe are also certified for ISO-14001:2015 and ISO 9001:2015. With engineering support and manufacturing capability, the company is ready and able to support the Tier 1 automotive market.