The talented workforce at Metalex has committed itself to work toward total customer satisfaction for every job they do. As a result, positive feedback from our customers guides internal initiatives and energizes our ongoing, all-out effort to achieve best-in-class performance through the standardization of best practices that help our customers win new business and reach new heights of success.
The Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce and Blue Ash Committee Recognize Metalex with 2019 Advance Business Award
The Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce and City of Blue Ash recognize Metalex with the 2019 Advance Business of the year Award. This is awarded to businesses with significant accomplishments resulting in major advances for their industry.
Metalex is Recognized by the State of Ohio for Contributions to Business Community
Metalex is recognized by the State of Ohio for Contributions to Strengthening Ohio's Business Community by the Ohio Secretary of State.
Metalex receives 2016 Supplier of the Year Award
Metalex received Supplier of the Year Award for outstanding performance and support of Avcorp on the F35 Program. Per Avcorp's Management Team; "Metalex has been an integral partner in providing quality products and services that has contributed greatly to the success of our manufacturing operations and performance with our customer. Recognizably we are only as successful as that our supply chain and best in class suppliers like Metalex."
Metalex is Recognized by NASA for Contributions to Deep Space Exploration with Space Flight Awareness Supplier Award
Metalex is proud to be a recipient of NASA Space Flight Awareness Supplier Award.
Metalex was nominated for this award by our customers Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Aerojet Rocketdyne, and Northrop Grumman for exceptional quality, on-time delivery and affordability on mission critical hardware that will be used for next generation deep space exploration.
Metalex is especially proud to be the recipient of this award because we were nominated by our Customer's and less than 1% of the supply base for the space program will receive this award.
Rolls-Royce Chief Procurement Officer Award Recipient
After a rigorous selection process, Rolls-Royce awarded Metalex the Chief Procurement Officer Award in recognition of our contribution and commitment to continuous improvement, with a focus on performance and affordability across several business segments including Energy, Aerospace and Marine.
Rolls-Royce Global Energy Supplier of the Year
Rolls-Royce hosted its second annual Supplier of the Year Awards and invited its top strategic partners and suppliers to attend. Metalex was honored to be recognized as the Rolls-Royce Global Energy Supplier of the Year for our contributions and commitment to continuous improvement with a focus on performance and affordability.
United Technologies Corporation Supplier Gold
In a competition with a total of 10,000 suppliers, Metalex became the 21st United Technologies Corporation supplier to achieve Supplier Gold status.
Shell Recognized Metalex For Outstanding Performance
Shell Recognized Metalex For Outstanding Performance on manufacturing and delivery of Mission Critical 48" Perdido Conductor Running Tool Body for a subsea project in the Gulf of Mexico. Metalex worked 24/7 for several months to ensure these critical components made it to Shell & FMC in time to prevent extremely expensive project delays.
JSF Integrated Product Team Outstanding Performance Award
Metalex received an award from Lockheed Martin for outstanding performance on the delivery of critical airframe components for the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program. Of the 10 suppliers Lockheed Martin selected as potential bidders, only Metalex accepted the challenge.
U.S. Small Business Association National Subcontractor of the Year
Metalex was selected by an independent national panel with representatives from 48 states, to receive the US Small Business Administration’s National Subcontractor of the year award for outstanding performance on several critical Dept. of Energy projects for scientific research at Argonne National Laboratory.
The visit to Metalex was very exciting and it reinforced my belief that significant progress is possible in the corporate world. Metalex has by far the most advanced manufacturing system I have ever seen, one based on using and developing employee competence and job satisfaction. It endows work with dignity and purpose. Little wonder the company’s employees extract so much satisfaction from their work. Although the company is far from status and far from being “stuck” it appears to be eagerly awaiting the next quantum leap in the future and it wants to lead the way there. Senior management conceived and directed implementation of past jumps that have made the company the outstanding organization that it is. Senior management has been atypically open to new ideas and has been willing to try them. Now it appears to be reaching out for another break from the past. The next break should be one that comes form the workforce blue-and-white collar. They should be organized so that they generate and implement new ideas. This increased responsibility at the working level should not discourage senior management from continuing to develop innovations, but it should not be the only, or even principle, source of innovation.