Escanaba, MI

 

Machine Shop Customers near Escanaba, MI

Two of our favorite customers are located in Escanaba, MI and they are EMP and VanAire.

EMP

For EMP (Engineered Machined Products) we mostly provide shrouds and other vehicle replacement parts for public transportation. We cannot say anything more than that or display our work because we have a confidentiality agreement with them.

Do you have a project that you need to keep confidential? Not only can we work around your budget, time-schedule, and specifications but we can work with your confidential needs as well!

EMP is a leading producer of mechanical and electric water and oil pumps, electric fans, thermal management systems, and highly complex precision machined components. Markets include on-highway, off-highway, specialty & hybrid, transit, power generation, marine, and military. EMP is a specialized full-service provider of manufacturing and engineering solutions, focused on delivering value-added products and engineered solutions to customers utilizing thermal and oil management technologies. Most importantly, EMP has adapted the Company to successfully navigate global challenges.


VanAire

We do powder-coat parts for VanAire. You can visit our work with powder-coating to see why they are satisfied with our service.
The Mission of VanAire, Inc. is to successfully engineer and manufacture products by fulfilling these four cornerstones of success:

VanAire strives to exceed the customers’ expectations in quality, delivery, and cost through understanding their needs and focusing on continuous improvement to facilitate a meaningful long term relationship beyond business. VanAire focuses on productivity, accountability, and product quality while improving products continuously through the implementation of technology and employee education.


If you are looking for a machine shop near Escanaba, MI or looking to start a business in Escanaba then here is some quick information for you.

Information about Escanaba, MI

Escanaba is a port city in Delta County in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Located on Little Bay de Noc the population was 12,181 on July 1st, 2018 according to the census, making it the third-largest city in the Upper Peninsula after Marquette and Sault Ste. Marie.

  • Median Household Income: $35,176
  • Total Merchant Wholesale Sales: $95,171
  • Total Retail Sales: $416,269
  • Total Business Firms: 1,216