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Overview

Location:
Attleboro, MA USA
Total Funding:N/A
Industry:Engineering
Founded:2000
Lead Investor(s):N/A

Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Engineered Materials Solutions, Wickeder Group's estimated annual revenue is currently $6M per year.(?)
  • Engineered Materials Solutions, Wickeder Group's estimated revenue per employee is $100,000

Employee Data

  • Engineered Materials Solutions, Wickeder Group has 60 Employees.(?)
  • Engineered Materials Solutions, Wickeder Group grew their employee count by 11% last year.
  • Engineered Materials Solutions, Wickeder Group currently has 1 job openings.

On April 24, 1916, the company that would become EMS was founded. Originally named General Plate Company, it began by creating specialty clad metals to meet the needs of the local jewelry industry. The company's products included materials that had a surface of precious metal, for the desired appearance and cosmetic characteristics, but combined with additional metals which would enhance mechanical properties and reduced precious metal content and cost. This was the start of clad metals at Engineered Materials Solutions. The company continued to grow and in 1931 it merged with Spencer Thermostat Company, becoming Metals & Controls Corporation. This new company offered customers the knowledge of metallurgically bonding dissimilar metals, while refining the technology to apply these materials to accomplish various tasks; such as, safety, thermal regulation and controls solutions for the burgeoning electrical, appliance and many other markets. Metals & Controls merged with Texas Instruments in 1959 and the company's reputation for metallurgical excellence, processing, and applications innovation continued to grow. Notable milestones include the invention of clad coinage for the U.S. Mint in 1964, the first application of stainless clad aluminum automobile trim in 1971, the first use of copper clad aluminum wire in CATV transmission lines in 1977, the first application of copper/invar/copper to control thermal expansion in electronics substrates and circuit boards in 1985, and the development of isobaric cold rolling a solution to the problem of cold rolling brittle materials, in 1992. In 2000 we became Engineered Materials Solutions, with our new name reflecting exactly what we have been providing since 1916; highly engineered materials that provide customized solutions to satisfy our customer and market needs. Today, Engineered Materials Solutions LLC, along with our sister companies in the Wickeder Group, strive to deliver our customers the "Best of Metal.

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