Detailed Machining has steady year in 2015


For the Sidney Daily News



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SIDNEY — John Bertsch, president/CEO of Detailed Machining, reports that 2015 was a steady year for the company.

“We had slowed up in some sectors and others made up for it,” said Bertsch. “We continued to expand our machine base and are always looking for talented employees to better position ourselves when this economy turns around.”

His report continues:

We now have 12 CNC vertical machining centers and five Horizontals to better serve our customers. We continue to be a local leader in Water-jet cutting for many different industries. Our best asset is the talented employees we have been able to retain and help the company grow stronger to become one of the leading Machine shops around.

Recently we hired Dave Barhorst as plant manager to help lead the company and further deepen the local roots as a supplier to industry. Our Diverse business model allows us to supply all types of businesses with almost any kind of machined, welded or assembled part from 1 pc to thousands of production parts.

We do a lot of Break down work when a company has a machine down and it needs repairs or replacement parts made to get production back up and running.

The year 2015 Marked the second one we opened our doors on Manufacturing Day (MFGDAY.com) and hosted local students ,educators and the general public to get a firsthand look at what manufacturing is all about and how new technology with a great work environment can support a lifelong career with personal satisfaction to build our local economy. We are very involved in hiring students from the career center (JVS ) that are in the machine trades or welding classes.

We our also one of the local business that help support and participate with the Workforce Partnership that started in Sidney and are venturing out to other Shelby county schools to help our children learn the value of having and holding onto the good jobs in our area. We are still located in Sidney Ohio, with 42,000-square-foot facility.

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For the Sidney Daily News