Monroe

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    Monroe is an industrial manufacturing and distribution company. The Company operates through three segments: Monroe Hardware, Monroe Aerospace and Monroe Seals. Monroe Hardware offers a broad product line including hinges and adjustable handles. Monroe Aerospace is a distributor of Aerospace and Mil-Spec hardware "AN", "MS" and "NAS" fasteners and electrical components. Monroe Seals offers o-rings, gaskets, extruded rubber, oil seals, spring-energized seals and custom molded rubber of various compounds.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1957
    HQRochester Hills, US
    Websitemonroeengineering.com

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    Employees (est.) (Jun 2020)54(+11%)
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Monroe Office Locations

    Monroe has offices in Rochester Hills, Charlotte, Clearwater, Dallas and in 13 other locations
    Rochester Hills, US (HQ)
    2990 Technology Dr
    Charlotte, US
    10625 Texland Blvd #300
    Clearwater, US
    22155 US Hwy 19 N
    Dallas, US
    2605 Joe Field Rd
    Fort Wayne, US
    205 Collins Rd
    Goshen, US
    1838 Hemlock Ct
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    Monroe Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1957
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    Monroe Operating Metrics

    Sep, 2019

    Product Categories

    39
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    Monroe Cybersecurity Score

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    B

    86/100

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    Monroe Online and Social Media Presence

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    Ghosting: How It Affects 3D Printers

    3D printing has become increasingly popular in recent years. Statistics show that the global 3D printing market is now valued at over $21 billion, compared to just $4.4 billion in 2012. Manufacturing companies big and small alike use it to build products, as well as prototypes, in their daily operat…

    What Is Rubber Pad Forming in Metalworking?

    Have you heard of rubber pad forming? Based on the name alone, you may assume that it’s used to produce rubber products. Rubber pad forming, however, is actually a metalworking process that’s used to produce metal products. It’s simply called “rubber pad forming” because it uses rubber pads to defor…

    Selective Laser Melting: A High-Tech 3D Printing Method

    Fused deposition modeling isn’t the only 3D printing method. Although it’s the most popular, there are several other 3D printing methods available, including selective laser melting. Selective laser melting is a relatively new 3D printing method, but it’s gained popularity among manufacturing compan…

    An Introduction to Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM)

    Laminated object manufacturing (LOM) is frequently performed for rapid prototyping in the manufacturing industry. Manufacturing companies use it to quickly build prototypes of products from an object model. The object model is designed in a computer program, after which it’s converted into a tangibl…

    What Is Swaging in the Manufacturing Industry?

    Manufacturing companies often rely on the use of compressive forces to manipulate the size and shape of workpieces. There are many different forging processes used in the manufacturing industry, however, one of which is swaging. A type of cold-working forging process, swaging has been around for cen…

    6 Things You Didn’t Know About 3D Printing

    By now, you’ve probably heard of 3D printing. It’s become an increasingly popular manufacturing process that’s used in both commercial and consumer applications. 3D printing is designed to build objects by depositing layers of material onto a printing bed. However, there are probably some things you…
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    Monroe Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Monroe founded?

      Monroe was founded in 1957.

    • How many employees does Monroe have?

      Monroe has 54 employees.

    • Who are Monroe competitors?

      Competitors of Monroe include The CHAMP, Stabilus and Gauthier.

    • 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, Clearwater, Dallas and in 13 other locations.

    • How many offices does Monroe have?

      Monroe has 17 offices.