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Shiloh Industries, Inc. manufactures and sells first operation blanks, engineered welded blanks, complex stampings, and modular assemblies for the automotive, heavy truck, and other industrial markets in the United States. It designs and engineers precision tools and dies, and welding and assembly equipment. The company?s steel blanks, which are engineered two dimensional shapes cut from flat-rolled steel are used for structural and exterior steel components, such as support brackets, frame sides, fenders, hoods, and doors. These blanks include first operation exposed and unexposed blanks and advanced engineered welded blanks. The engineered welded blanks consist of two or more sheets of steel of the same or various material grade, thickness, or coating that are welded together utilizing mash seam resistance and laser welding. Its stampings are principally used as components in mufflers, seat frames, structural rails, window lifts, heat shields, vehicle brakes, and other structural body components. The company also builds modular assemblies, which include components used in the structural and powertrain systems of a vehicle. Its structural systems include bumper beams, door impact beams, steering column supports, chassis components, and structural underbody modules; and powertrain systems consist of deep draw components, such as oil pans, transmission pans, and valve covers. In addition, the company provides various intermediate steel processing services, such as oiling, leveling, cutting-to-length, slitting, edge trimming of hot and cold-rolled steel coils, and inventory control services for automotive and steel industry customers. Its customers primarily include original equipment manufacturers; tier I automotive suppliers; manufacturers in the lawn and garden, and heavy duty truck and trailer industries; and steel producers. Shiloh Industries was founded in 1950 and is headquartered in Valley City, Ohio.

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