Mantaline Corporation has expanded its manufacturing capabilities by adding a new facility in Hiram, OH. This addition, aptly named the Thermoplastic Extrusion and Injection Molding Innovation Center, enables the company to address a new set of requirements residing within the current customer base as well as creating a platform for growth.
Mantaline Corporation, a customer-driven manufacturer supplying the heavy truck, automotive, and other similar industries on a global scale, launched a new version of the company website that is entirely available into Spanish.
Mantaline Corporation, a Mantua-based manufacturer supplying the heavy truck, automotive, and other similar industries, developed a six-part corporate strategy to augment their business and move from being a regional supplier with a narrow range of capabilities to a supplier to global heavy truck as a Tier 1 and the automotive industry as a Tier 2 supplier with an appropriately broad range of capabilities.
Mantaline Corporation announces the relaunch of their website with over 60 web pages designed to improve the overall user experience and provide key information from a company that provides engineering and product manufacturing of elastomer seals, tubing and molded parts for vehicles.
Most people worry about adding space as they grow, but Mark Trushel isn’t one of those people.
Mantaline Corp. Inc., the manufacturer of which Trushel is president and CEO, made company processes so efficient it no longer needed two Northeast Ohio locations. The company closed its Aurora facility, moving all operations to its Mantua location. The feasibility study and planning process took 11 months.
The past year brought many changes to manufacturers in the rubber industry. Northeast Ohio extruding manufacturer, Mantaline Corporation of Mantua, Ohio, pulled off an impressive integration feat by blending people, processes and programs to create a stronger culture and to optimize their manufacturing effectiveness.
Mantaline Corporation of Mantua, Ohio recently launched a growth strategy to strengthen customer ties and better penetrate new and existing markets. Many Mantaline customers have moved operations to Mexico due to lower assembly costs; and, Mantaline is seizing the chance to grow with these companies by geographically positioning operations close to them: in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. The expansion offers the company the chance to reap labor savings of their own; customers benefit from immediate logistical cost savings.
In this tumultuous economy, industrial-component manufacturers are all under intense scrutiny. Mantaline Corporation of Mantua, Ohio, is working to remain a valued partner to their customers and an innovative provider of polymer and elastomer seals for the transportation industry:, specifically the Heavy Truck, Off-Road Vehicle, Rail, Automotive, Recreational Vehicles, and Marine markets. Using a survivor strategy, Mantaline knows how to take advantage of the economic downturn by creating an opportunity for new business development and growth.
Mantaline Corporation, an employee-owned company that designs and manufactures polymer based sealing products for the mid-volume segments of the transportation industry, is consolidating their Ohio facilities to one single location as part of their 2009 growth strategy. The company will be moving from their Aurora facility to their Mantua, Ohio headquarters.