National Machinery: 140 years of global success

National Machinery, LLC hosted an open house this month to mark the organization’s 140 year anniversary. On Sunday, the global manufacturer opened its doors to the public, hosting a three-hour open house event. During the open house, the public could tour the National Machinery plant, experience product machine demonstrations, view state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies, and learn about career opportunities. In addition, the company showcased its facility renovations over the years. Further, National Machinery customers had the opportunity to attend six different technical seminars, while taking a plant tour with machine demonstrations.

The National Machinery Company was founded in 1874 in Cleveland, Ohio by William Anderson. Eight years later, investors, and future owner Meshech Frost, convinced Anderson to move the organization to its current location, Tiffin, Ohio. Since its move, National Machinery quickly grew, becoming a global leader in advanced cold forming machinery, process technology, and customer support products and services. National Machinery products are used in over 130 countries around the globe, and are used in motor vehicle, appliance, bearing, aerospace, and machinery manufacturing industries.

National Machinery’s world headquarters is located on Greenfield Street, in Tiffin, Ohio. The plant is approximately 600,000 square feet in size, and is one of the world’s most flexible and highly integrated machining and fabricating centers. A picture tour of National Machinery’s plant can be found here. National Machinery has locations, including sales offices and services centers, around the world; locations include Germany, Japan, China, and Brazil. National Machinery holds certification in ISO 9001, and firmly holds the position as the “World Leader in Metal Forming Technology.”

An aerial view of National Machinery’s corporate headquarters in Tiffin, Ohio. *Photo courtesy of the National Machinery website

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