Mico Industries, Inc. designs and manufactures metal stampings and welded assemblies in Michigan. The company’s products include oil tanks for the transportation industry, cosmetic critical assemblies, automotive armrest assemblies, mechanical seat assembly office furniture, and automotive seat frames.
The company was founded in 1983 by Christina Sammon and today, her son Terence Sammon, is owner and CEO. The company is based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Mico Industries is planning to invest roughly $8.2 million to expand its operations in West Michigan. The expansion is due to recent growth at Mico and it receiving a new project anticipated to increase sales by 50 percent as of 2016.
MICO Industries is committed to quality, flexibility and tailored solutions to produce from the simplest to the most complex parts and assemblies. Through leading-edge technology, 30+ years of experience and hard work, MICO gets the job done right, on time and on budget.
MICO’s advantage is in its skilled team members and their expertise to every project. This expertise is combined with a sophisticated computer control system that is networked across all workstations, providing every customer with specialized, precision-made, high-quality products.
MICO Industries is a Hispanic business owned enterprise (HBE) and MMSDC certified company.
Mico offers its employees the MICO University as an internal training institute aimed at developing a world class manufacturing culture and continuous life-long learning. All metalforming shop floor employees and their supervisors are expected to operate within a culture of continuous improvement to match the implementation of mistake-proofing technologies by the Sensor Laboratory.