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Hatch Stamping for Transformation: Hatch Stamping, a global manufacturer of highly engineered metal stampings and assemblies for the automotive industry, received this year’s Business Operations Transformer Impact Award. The company has used Plex to drive significant operational improvements across its 13 facilities located in the U.S., Mexico and China, including a 15% reduction in machine downtime, a 1% drop in scrap as a percentage of sales, and a 50% increase in waste elimination submissions from employees – completely transforming the business. Hatch Stamping’s push to transform also applies to the communities in which it operates. Hatch supports school robotics programs, job fairs, apprenticeship programs, and a variety of charitable initiatives.
Global auto supplier redesigned a two-part assembly in to a single part
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Hatch was honored to earn the 2017 Plex Systems Innovation and Technology Award for implementing cloud technology and an enterprise-resource planning (ERP) system, continuing our tradition of being an industry leader in continuous advancements.
Hatch Stamping Acquires MIG LLC Wire & Tube Business
To support our growing base of customers in seating applications, Hatch Stamping has added new resources, including wire, spring, and tubular products manufacturing capabilities. Coupled with our existing stamping, welding, and assembly resources, now Hatch Stamping is an even stronger single-source for your manufacturing challenges.
At Hatch Stamping, we are expanding our footprint and expertise to maintain a leadership position in the industry.
Facility, technology and talent investments are the reasons why Hatch Stamping continues to expand as an automotive service provider.
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“What distinguishes the best companies from the rest — the companies people want to work at — is the ability to grow without becoming something unrecognizable.”
As the U.S. automotive base has steadily migrated southward, so has Hatch Stamping.
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