Quality. Cost. Convenience.
Those are the values that drive our style of manufacturing.
What Is Manufacturing?
Manufacturing is defined as “the making of goods or wares by manual labor or by machinery, especially on a large scale.”
We do that. However, we also do a lot more than that.
Here at McHone, we like to take a more active role in projects. It’s not enough to make the part, take the check, and go home.
For us, the project isn’t successful unless it was made as cost-effectively and high-quality as realistically possible.
We Like to Push Boundaries.
We have a team of talented in-house engineers and years of manufacturing expertise that make it easy to push the boundaries of design.
What else makes us stand out? We’re happy to accommodate your largest and most difficult projects by whatever means necessary.
We Make Your Life Easier.
We’re a full-service manufacturer, which means we do everything. Design, production, all the way through packaging and shipping.
We also have three helpful value propositions:
- Inventory Management Programs
- Inventory Consignment Programs
- Extended Terms
We’re also affiliated with the Reshoring Initiative, which is dedicated to bringing high-quality manufacturing back to the U.S.
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We're committed to bringing your ideas to life.
Our production teams and engineers will make sure your design is manufactured to the highest possible quality specifications.
If your design doesn’t meet the physical capabilities of modern machinery, we will happily consult with you to make it work.
If you’re in need of a process or capability we don’t offer, contact us and we’ll see what we can do.
We’re interested in further expanding our capabilities. Bringing in new machinery, processes, and applications for one project is not an unfamiliar concept. We’re committed to getting our projects done in the quickest, most cost-efficient way possible.
If you’re not sure whether we offer a specific service, give us a call or shoot us an email.
We have been doing business with McHone Industries for over five years. The company and all of its employees have been extremely supportive of all initiatives we have undertaken. From concept through design and into production, the McHone team has demonstrated extreme competence and professionalism every step of the way. If you are in need of a company that can provide quality products at competitive pricing with on-time delivery, I would highly recommend McHone Industries.— Dave W., Leisure Manufacturing Group