Diversification. What is diversification, and why is it so pertinent to us, here at GE Mathis?
To start, diversification is defined (by Merriam Webster) as a balance in industries or classes to a portfolio, or the increase in the variety of products offered. It is a word that has often described our company, due to the fact that we have not limited ourselves to one application, one fabrication process, or the production of one fabricated part. In fact, our long history has given us extensive experience and a vast portfolio.
What are some products we are skilled in fabricating?
Intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) for chemical applications and high quality components for OEMs in the construction, mining, defense, and agricultural industries.
What materials can we work with?
Everything from a wide variety of Duplex SS to HARDOX® and Domex to common grades like A36, Gr-50, Gr-80, T1 and AR plate.
What fabrication processes are we experts in?
Everything from laser processing, forming, rolling, plate shearing, high def plasma cutting with bevel capabilities and welding.
What has enabled us to have such a diversified company?
There are many factors, including our lead times, ISO quality standards, and our HARDOX® wear parts membership. Our capabilities have expanded over the years, primarily because we continue to upgrade our equipment and focus on having the longest and most precise fabrication capabilities (for example, we can fabricate parts from 16 gauges to 2 in. thick!). We have continued to set our sights on improving our business and our capabilities. In other words, whatever it takes to get the job done right.