Monroe

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Monroe Engineering is an industrial manufacturing and distribution company specializing in hardware, seals, and aerospace components. It provides hinges, piano hinges, adjustable handles, pull handles, spring plungers, handwheels, knobs, magnets, leveling mounts, crank handles, etc. The company caters to aerospace, automotive, agriculture, biotech, construction, defense, energy, food and beverage, marine, and medical,
TypePrivate
Founded1957
HQRochester Hills, MI, US
Websitemonroeengineering.com

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Employees (est.) (Jan 2022)76(+3%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
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Key People/Management at Monroe

Garrett Morelock

Garrett Morelock

Chief Executive Officer
Dan Hutchinson

Dan Hutchinson

CFO
Kevin Budzynski

Kevin Budzynski

CMO
David Scharrer

David Scharrer

President
Tom Yaroch

Tom Yaroch

Vice President
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Monroe Office Locations

Monroe has offices in Rochester Hills, Charlotte, Dallas, Elkhart and in 16 other locations
Rochester Hills, MI, US (HQ)
2990 Technology Dr
Charlotte, NC, US
10625 Texland Blvd Ste 300
Dallas, TX, US
2605 Joe Field Rd
Elkhart, IN, US
1111 All Pro Dr
Fort Wayne, IN, US
205 E Collins Rd
Goshen, IN, US
1838 Hemlock Ct
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Monroe Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

1957

Monroe total Funding

$7 m

Monroe latest funding size

$7 m

Time since last funding

11 years ago

Monroe investors

Monroe's latest funding round in June 2011 was reported to be $7 m. In total, Monroe has raised $7 m
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Monroe Operating Metrics

Sep, 2019

Product Categories

39
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Monroe Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Sattler, Inc.November 01, 2020
DiCon ConnectionsJune 01, 2020
Atlantic Teleconnect, Inc.July 01, 2019
Spangle Fasteners, Inc.January 01, 2018
ECAS, INC.May 13, 2015
Ecas, LLC
Monroe Cable, LLC
Monroe Engineering Group LLC
Monroe Engineering Group LLC
Northwest Fastener Sales, LLC
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Monroe Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

81/100

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Monroe Online and Social Media Presence

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Monroe Blogs

The Beginner’s Guide to Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)

Fused filament fabrication (FFF) has become synonymous with 3D printing. Originally developed in the late 1980s, it offers a simple and effective way for companies and consumers alike to build objects from raw materials. Like with other forms of 3D printing, FFF involves the deposition of raw materi…

5 Benefits of 3D Printing in Manufacturing

More and more manufacturing companies are embracing the trend of 3D printing. According to research by Statista, there are over 23,000 commercial-grade 3D printers in use. While manufacturing companies often use other tools and machines to convert raw materials into finished products, 3D printers of…

What Is a Radial Arm Saw?

Woodworking processes often require the use of machines to cut and manipulate wooden workpieces. In the past, radial arm saws were a popular choice among carpentry workers. As shown in the image to the left, it features a circular blade affixed to a handle. Using a radial arm saw, carpenters can eas…

Common Mistakes to Avoid when Resourcing Fabricated Metal Products

It finally happens. A broken supply chain, a non performing vendor, a price increase, and the directive comes down to find a new supplier. The first instinct is to gather up the prints and go shopping, but there is a lot more to doing it with success.  The first and most important step is to The pos…

Hemming vs Seaming in Metalworking: What’s the Difference?

Manufacturing companies use a variety of metalworking processes to manipulate sheet metal, two of which include hemming and seaming. In both of these processes, sheet metal is bent and rolled over, resulting in a new shape. Hemming and seaming aren’t the same, however. They each require a different …

Warping: A Common But Preventable 3D Printing Problem

3D printers aren’t immune to faults. When properly used, they can build highly complex and detailed objects from raw material. A common problem from which 3D printers, suffer, however, is warping. Rather than featuring smooth and level surfaces, a printed object may feature warped surfaces. The good…
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Monroe Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Monroe founded?

    Monroe was founded in 1957.

  • Who are Monroe key executives?

    Monroe's key executives are Garrett Morelock, Dan Hutchinson and Kevin Budzynski.

  • How many employees does Monroe have?

    Monroe has 76 employees.

  • Who are Monroe competitors?

    Competitors of Monroe include The CHAMP, Onkenhout & Onkenhout and Ababa Bolt.

  • Where is Monroe headquarters?

    Monroe headquarters is located at 2990 Technology Dr, Rochester Hills.

  • Where are Monroe offices?

    Monroe has offices in Rochester Hills, Charlotte, Dallas, Elkhart and in 16 other locations.

  • How many offices does Monroe have?

    Monroe has 20 offices.