Shiloh Industries Installs First Production Machine This Week

The Leaf Chronicle

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — – Shiloh Industries is gearing up for new product production in Clarksville-Montgomery County’s Corporate Business Park with the first new die cast machine expected to be installed this week. The company’s soon-to-be local plant manager, Gerald Craycraft, met with the Industrial Development Board this week to announce new improvements and new product […]

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Tue, April 18, 2017

The Future of Light-Weighting Technology

Mi-Light: Michigan Photonics Cluster

Winters Blast Keynote: Shiloh Industries On Jan 19, Mi-Light held its Winters Blast Quarterly Members meeting. Jim Evangelista, Director, Core Advanced Engineering & Lab Services, at Shiloh Industries, Inc. gave a thought provoking presentation as our Key Note speaker. He talked about laser material processing for light weight vehicles in terms of what the future […]

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Sat, February 4, 2017

Laser Welding Joins the Lightweighting Trend

Industrial Photonics

Illustrative of the weight savings afforded by the combination of aluminum parts and laser welding, the Valley City, Ohio-based Shiloh Industries in 2014 unveiled the industry’s lightest, mass-produced aluminum door blanks, which consist of sheets of varying thickness and grade. Shiloh’s aluminum laser-welded door-inner blanks weighed 26.8 pounds, compared to 35.5 pounds for four aluminum, […]

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Fri, October 14, 2016

Shiloh Industries Becomes Green Certified

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Tenn. – (CLARKSVILLENOW) Shiloh Industries is the newest Clarksville-Montgomery County Green Certified business. Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett, City of Clarksville Chief of Administration Charlie Gentry, Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce Melinda Shepard and CMC Green Certification Steering Committee Members Daryl Pater, Tim Swaw, and Bill Harpel came out to share […]

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Fri, September 2, 2016

A Data-Driven Approach to Lubricant Selection

MetalForming Magazine

Chlorinated paraffins (CPs) in lubricants soon will be banned by the Environmental Protection Agency, possibly as early as July 2017. Faced with that stark reality, technical specialist Cliff Hoschouer at Shiloh Industries, Valley City, OH, has embarked on a proactive and engineering-driven course to evaluate the company’s stamping-lubricant options moving forward. Hoschouer’s mission is to […]

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Fri, June 3, 2016

Shiloh Industries’ Sales Continue to Rebound

Crain's Cleveland Business

Shiloh Industries continues to turn itself around, with rebounding sales and a slew of new products coming to market. Now it’s hoping that, with many product development costs behind it, it can also get its earnings up to speed. The Valley City based company’s positive results are evident, so far, in the company’s revenue growth. […]

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Tue, March 8, 2016

Casting the future of lighter vehicles

Wall Street Journal

First aluminum panels, now magnesium liftgate as car designers embrace fuel economy Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV is turning to magnesium as the latest trick in the auto industry’s design tool kit to reduce the weight of vehicles and boost fuel economy in the face of rising emissions standards. The Italian-U.S. auto maker is embracing the […]

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Fri, February 19, 2016

Market Smarts: An aluminum producer and an upper-tier automotive supplier fast forward with multi-material strategies

Modern Metals

Our world is so interconnected that when a smelter idles in Iceland, the ripple effect could quickly lead to a shortage of premium billets in France. We picked two prominent names as examples of companies that appear able to adapt very quickly—despite their scale—to react to what happens in real time, in terms of demand […]

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Thu, February 18, 2016

Adapted technology

Recycling Today

Shiloh Industries, Valley City, Ohio, creates laser-welded blanks out of aluminum, adapting technology that has been used for decades to cut weight and material in steel automotive parts. Since the technology’s introduction in the 1980s, tailored metal blanks have saved automakers millions of tons of steel. By combining thick and thin steel sheets that get […]

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Mon, April 6, 2015