Techmetals, Inc. Expands in Ohio, Pivots to Diversify

Techmetals will also build its Nadcap-accredited aviation and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Repair Station base
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Company Name: Techmetals, Inc.
Location: Dayton
Industry Sector: Advanced Manufacturing
Company Profile: Techmetals is a metal finisher, plater, and industrial coatings manufacturer with solutions and services that can increase the life and performance of critical equipment and processes. A recognized industry leader for engineered functional coatings, new technology, workforce training, and environmental stewardship, Techmetals is a past recipient for outstanding environmental achievement by the Southwest Section Ohio Water Environmental Association.
Company Website: techmetals.com

Project Summary:

  • Type of Project: Expansion
  • Jobs:
    • Jobs committed: 25
    • Jobs retained: 225

Company Need:
Techmetals sought to increase manufacturing capacity to grow and diversify as it pivots to new medical applications.

Testimonial:

“A core focus at Techmetals is reinvesting in our team, local community, safety, and new technology. Our Ohio region is lucky to have people on the team like the Dayton Development Coalition’s Julie Sullivan and Amy Schrimpf that help companies like us grow in the region during these unprecedented times. We’re grateful for the support of JobsOhio, the DDC, the City of Dayton, and Montgomery County and look forward to a bright future in Ohio.”
– Phil Brockman, president, Techmetals

 

Why Ohio?
Techmetals will expand manufacturing operations and add $1 million in new equipment to its Dayton facility. The company will expand manufacturing operations to pivot to add new capacity in the medical industry and build its Nadcap-accredited aviation and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)Repair Station base.

Ohio’s manufacturing sector employs nearly 700,000 skilled individuals, the third-largest manufacturing workforce in the U.S. The state also has dozens of trade schools, technical centers, and job training and certification programs, as well as colleges and universities specializing in current and rising manufacturing needs.

The company is the recipient of a JobsOhio workforce grant, which will be used to train employees on a 5-Axis grinder machine and a new coating technology for new aviation, defense, and medical work. The grant will also support the high-demand certified electroplater finisher training.

Collaborators:

JobsOhio, the Dayton Development Coalition, the City of Dayton, and Montgomery County