The August 2011 Edition of The Fabricator highlights Johnson Brothers Metal Forming's innovative capabilities in the Roll Forming industry.
Berkeley, IL - August 24, 2011 Highlighted for their ability to adapt to the changing technology and process needs of their customers, Johnson Brothers Metal Forming was profiled in the August 2011 Edition of The Fabricator (thefabricator.com) in an article entitled "What's on the horizon for roll forming?" by Dan Davis, Editor-in-Chief of The Fabricator publication.
Johnson Brothers Metal Forming was started in 1947 by Edwin Johnson Sr. in Illinois. The company's operations are now directed by Edwin's grandson, Vice President/General Manager Brad Johnson, whose 33 years of roll forming experience have contributed to the ongoing success of this company. Johnson Brothers remains at the forefront of the metal forming industry by paying close attention to the evolution of roll forming technology and the ever changing needs of their customers.
The article in the The Fabricator stressed Johnson Brothers' capacity to offer a variety of precision fabrication options for metal forming through advancements in equipment and a highly skilled and well trained staff. In the article, VP/General Manager Brad Johnson states that "Key people, especially with the design capabilities, are important. Not just the guy that sits in the office, but he's in the shop as well. Those are the types of people that can make or break a company's ability to produce complex roll forming" (p. 53).
The company has expanded from just three roll forming lines in the 1980's to 20 lines and over 35,000 sq ft. of production space by 2011. The company offers versatility in the products and services that they can offer customers. The company also places a strong emphasis on accommodating the tighter tolerances that are expected by today's industry engineers and specifiers. Continued focus on these traits has helped Johnson Bros. stay competitive in the market and continue to grow their client base.
A focus on the future of the metal forming industry has made it possible for Johnson Brothers Metal Forming to recognize emerging markets that may affect their business. The last few years have provided the opportunity develop strategic relationships and prepare for the operational diversity that will be required to meet the needs of an emergent solar industry market.
For more information on Johnson Brothers Roll Forming, visit www.johnsonrollforming.com or call 708-449-7050.
The full article by The Fabricator is available online at http://www.thefabricator-digital.com/thefabricator/201108/?pg=52&pm=2&u1=friend#pg52