DeWys Manufacturing, Inc. is a metal fabrication
and manufacturing company. We have a strong product development & design group and state of the art 60,000 square foot manufacturing
facility with 115 dedicated and skilled team members. We feature
laser cutting and turret punching, metal bending and folding,
mig. tig, and resistance welding, powder coat painting and assembly.
Mark DeWys founded DeWys Manufacturing, Inc. in
1977 starting out as a "one man metal shop" fabricating fireplace
inserts and firewood racks. He quickly moved on to repair work
and the fabrication of small parts. To accommodate our continual
growth between 1977 and 1987 the company moved to three different
locations. In 1987 we moved to our current location and have expanded
our facility on three separate occasions to support the growing
repetitive manufacturing business. Our last expansion was completed
in March 1997 with the addition of an expanded, state of the art
powder coat paint line.
We are very proud of our bright, efficient plant. Mark built our
company based on honesty and integrity. Keeping commitments to
our customers, suppliers, and fellow team members is our priority.
He encouraged a working environment that fostered creativity and
initiative and allowed people to grow as the company grew.
These philosophies were developed and shared by his brother and
business partner, Jon DeWys our current CEO and president.
The DeWys Manufacturing, Inc. culture reflects
the Christian values and principles of our founder, Mark DeWys,
and the DeWys family. These principles include: treating others
as you want to be treated; telling the truth; keeping commitments;
promoting positive relations; protecting our environment; and
acting with integrity - being true to your values and honest about
The leadership team operates the company with a
participative style. Self-directed/managed teams are empowered
to provide hassle free customer service to internal and external
The profits of our company are shared with all team members and
all compensation is performance based.
The backbone of our manufacturing system is an
enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. We are journeying toward "ISO" compliance and "lean manufacturing" and have implemented
our first manufacturing cell. We use the "kaizen" approach to
continuous improvement and have a formal "metal fabrication apprenticeship
program". We remain a custom precision sheet metal fabricator
and a full service contract manufacturer.