Many types of businesses and components can benefit from the advantages of roll forming.

The in-line, value-added technologies that we develop and successfully implement on an ongoing basis cut costs and shorten lead times.

Roll forming is the process where any flat ductile material (by sheet or coil) is passed through a group of rolls arranged in tandem progressively forming the part until the final profile or cross section is obtained.

Many types of businesses and components can benefit from the advantages of roll forming and the in-line, value-added technologies that we develop and successfully implement on an ongoing basis.

We require fewer coil widths and less steel inventory by manufacturing multiple component lengths from one width of raw material than than processes like stamping. This translates to faster lead times and lower costs across the board.