Robinson Metal ranks 12th on “The Fabricator” Magazine’s FAB 40 list
Robinson Metal, Inc., a full-service project and solutions provider for customers across the United States, has been named to The Fabricator magazine’s FAB 40 list for the ninth year in a row. The only northeast Wisconsin-based metal fabrication supplier to make the list and one of only three Wisconsin companies overall, Robinson Metal tied for 12th spot on the 2018 list based on 2017 self-reported revenue.
Robinson Metal’s ability to execute services at every level of the project life cycle ranging from engineering and design through assembly and factory acceptance testing make it the partner of choice for customers across the country. The company has added two divisions this year to expand its product and service offerings in Product Handling Concepts (PHC) and Gas Trailer.
The Fabricator has served North America’s metal forming and fabricating industry since 1971 and has been publishing its FAB 40 list since 2010. Robinson Metal has made the Fab 40 list each year of its existence. The magazine delivers news, technical articles and case histories that enable fabricators to do their jobs more efficiently.
Robinson Metal’s customers represent a variety of industries, including energy and power generation; food processing and/or foodservice; medical and pharmaceutical; oil and gas; and pulp and paper. Its dedicated project managers serve as single points of contact for efficient communication, with a variety of in-house expertise that often minimizes cost while maintaining performance of the project.
About Robinson Metal Inc.
Robinson Metal, Inc., is a single-source metal fabrication supplier employing more than 375 people at facilities in De Pere and Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Its six divisions include: Robinson Fab & Machine; Robinson Pipe & Vessel; Robinson Custom Enclosures; Robinson Heating & Cooling; Product Handling Concepts; and Gas Trailer. The company’s primary campus in De Pere features a climate-controlled 185,000-square-foot facility plus a 35,000-square-foot clean assembly area, and an additional 112,000 square feet in Manitowoc.