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There is no room for mistakes in the aerospace industry. For that reason, firms often turn to Scarrott Metallurgical Co. (SMC) for the final steps in the manufacture of important components. Edward Arata, Ph.D., metallurgist, says, “We’re very good in our niche.” 

Los Angeles-based SMC provides high-quality vacuum heat-treating and brazing services for the aerospace, defense, medical and computer industries. “We are currently approved by all of the major prime aerospace companies, and hold a NADCAP heat treating certification,” Arata says.

Ardis and Fred Robinson had more in mind than just profit when they started Robinson Industries in 1947. “They really wanted the company to be focused on community, family and charity,” says Ronda Robinson, the founders’ granddaughter and marketing manager of the Coleman, Mich.-based company. 

The plastics products manufacturer has donated 10 percent of its profits to charities for more than 65 years. Recipients include church camps and other children’s-related charities as well as homeless shelters, a community center in Beaverton, Mich., and many more.

Some companies excel at technology, but their relationships with their customers are not so strong. Nordson Corporation manages to do both, Business Unit Director Yan Maschke says. “We really try to create an outstanding customer experience from the very start, first by understanding their needs, then by providing a wide range of products, including highly custom-engineered systems, and finally, by servicing and supporting the customer through the life of the products,” she says.

Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company with extensive and diverse operations. The company employs more than 113,000 worldwide, and its operating units include aeronautics, information systems and global solutions, missiles and fire control, mission systems and training, and space systems. Lockheed Martin reached $45.4 billion in sales in 2013 and it has a backlog worth $82.6 billion. When operating at this level in the global marketplace, a company requires a strong culture to drive it forward.

Success is a team effort at Benzel’s Bretzel Bakery Inc., President Ann Benzel says. “Everyone’s job description here is ‘we do what we need to do to get the job done,’” she says. “We all value the contributions we make to see this company succeed.”

Based in Altoona, Pa., Benzel’s Bretzel Bakery has specialized in pretzel products for more than 100 years. The grandfather of Ann Benzel’s husband, Adolph Benzel, started the company in 1911 after emigrating from Germany.

Ace Clearwater has been providing aerospace customers with welded and formed metal assemblies for more than 60 years. The company has seen dramatic changes in the industry in Southern California, and has weathered these swings for decades. Its longevity has made it resilient and an experience contender in a marketplace plagued by closures, budget cuts and wildly changing military allocations. 

The Torrance, Calif.- based company has been under the direction of President Kellie Johnson since 1984 when she took the reins from her father, Tim Dodson. Dodson secured the future of Ace Clearwater through his ability to create a vertically integrated manufacturing enterprise. A true entrepreneur, he was able to grow the small weld shop, started by his father-in-law in the 1950s, into a manufacturing powerhouse.

When it comes to outdoor recreation during the blazing summer months, taking a dip in family pool is at the forefront of revelers’ minds. What is often ignored, however, is the upkeep and maintenance required to keep pools clean for use all summer long.

Viking Pools LLC is championing the use of fiberglass pools over similar products, and consumers are beginning to see the light. President Tom Straub says its American-made fiberglass pools are clean, efficient and won’t eat up invaluable hours of summertime fun with maintenance needs. Straub says.

Products sold in vending machines change with the trends and fads consumers demand year after year. Over the last five decades, Vendors Exchange International Inc. has made it its mission to give owners of vending machines new and innovative ways to display products in their machines and attract consumers to them instead of traditional stores.

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