Alumalloy Metalcasting Co has 104 employees in an 110000sqftuarefoot foundry and machine shop supplying aluminum cast parts and finished subassemblies to global manufacturers of heavy trucks autos and industrial equipment Secondary machining generates 40 of its revenue

Alumalloy Metalcasting Co. has 104 employees in an 110,000-sq.ft.uare-foot foundry and machine shop, supplying aluminum cast parts and finished subassemblies to global manufacturers of heavy trucks, autos, and industrial equipment. Secondary machining generates 40% of its revenue.

Secondary Machining Makes Alumalloy a First-Rate Supplier

With expanding customer demand — and a visit to IMTS — an aluminum foundry has become a one-of-a-kind, one-stop supplier of high-quality components and subassemblies Cut out the middle man Learning machining Quality starts with reliability

It’s just 19 miles from Brook Park to Avon Lake, OH, but it’s a world away from where Dennis Daniels started his aluminum foundry. In 1972, all Daniels wanted to do was cast aluminum parts, so he set up shop in a small garage in Brook Park. He was the only employee. Secondary machining was no part of the plan.

Today, Daniels has 104 employees in an 110,000-square-foot foundry and machine shop in Avon Lake, supplying aluminum cast parts and finished subassemblies to global ma

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