Fact Sheet

Founded in 1950, Shiloh Industries is dedicated to delivering an innovative approach to lightweighting, noise and vibrations solutions.

Our combination of metals expertise and vertically integrated capabilities has enabled the company to deliver the broadest portfolio of lightweighting solutions to the marketplace. Our singular focus is on successfully balancing the need to reduce cost, weight and part complexity with the need to enhance performance, safety and fuel efficiency.

Product Portfolio

BlankLight

 

BlankLight®

 

CastLight

 

CastLight®

 

StampLight

 

StampLight®

 

At-a-Glance

 Product Solutions: First operation blanks, engineered welded blanks, complex stampings, modular assemblies, highly-engineered aluminum and magnesium die casting and machined components serving the body-in-white, emission, powertrain, structural and seating needs of OEM and Tier 1 customers.

 Markets Served: Automotive, Commercial Vehicle, Industrial

 Employees: Approximately 4,200 globally

 Fiscal Year 2017 Sales: $1,041 Million

 Locations: 33 operations, sales and technical centers throughout Asia, Europe and North America.

 President/CEO: Ramzi Hermiz

 Quality Certification: TS 16949 and ISO 14001

 Web site: www.shiloh.com

 Stock Symbol: (NASDAQ: SHLO)

 Corporate Office: 880 Steel Drive, Valley City, OH 44280 U.S.A.

Timeline

  • 1950s

    Shiloh Tool & Die Manufacturing established
    Shiloh opens a blanking facility in Mansfield, OH

  • 1970s

    The company forms a joint venture with MTD Products at “Valley City Steel”, a steel pickling facility, developing additional steel-processing capabilities

  • 1980s

    Shiloh opens Wegman Drive facility
    Shiloh builds Wellington facility expanding into complex stamping and modular assembly

  • 1990s

    Shiloh builds Steel Drive facility for steel processing and warehousing services
    Shiloh becomes a public company on NASDAQ
    Shiloh acquires Canton facility further expanding into the automotive tool, die and stamping business
    Shiloh builds Innovation Drive facility
    Formed Shiloh Automotive, Inc., and acquired two additional automotive stamping and assembly plants in Northeast Ohio

  • 2000s

    Shiloh builds Saltillo facility, entering into the Mexican automotive market
    Acquires Shiloh Industries, Inc. Dickson facility

  • 2010s

    Shiloh acquires Atlantic Tool & Die in Alabama and Albany-Chicago Company, LLC, entering into die casting and machining
    Shiloh acquires Contech Castings, LLC
    Shiloh acquires Finnveden Metal Structures AB, expanding into the European automotive market and magnesium stamping and die casting
    Shiloh acquires Radar Industries, expanding into central Mexico
    Shiloh opens Plymouth Technical Center in Plymouth, MI, USA
    Shiloh opens Shanghai Technical Center in Shanghai, China
    Shiloh opens customer service center in Evesham, Worcestershire, United Kingdom
    Shiloh opens customer service center in Munich, Germany
    Shiloh acquires Oss and Verres locations of Brabant Alucast
    Shiloh opens customer service center in Stuttgart, Germany

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