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PMF Industries, Inc. | 2016 Governor’s Job Creation Award Winner

An employee-owned fabrication company that started with a small group of employees about 50 years ago, PMF Industries now employs 105 workers and manufactures more than 500 products for a variety of prime aerospace corporations from engineering concept to completion. Finished products range from frozen beverage dispensers to engine housings for commercial and military aircraft. 

This company expanded into a 150,000-square-foot facility where 20 percent of its 105 workers are veterans. Its AS/ISO certified program applies Six Sigma principles to their manufacturing processes, which include: flow forming, rotoforming, electromagnetic forming, hydroforming, laser cutting, machining, heat treating and press forming. PMF remains a pioneer in the manufacturing markets by continually expanding their expertise and capabilities to a broad array of industries, including aerospace; defense; pharmaceutical; filtration; food and beverage; micro-electronics; medical; pulp and paper; environmental; nuclear; and power generation.

PMF’s partnership with the PA CareerLink® since 2003 includes the posting of job openings on JobGateway® and participation in career fairs, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation events, and the PA CareerLink® “Rock” Manufacturing Day. Recently, the company worked with the PA CareerLink® career pathways team to map careers for occupations within the company.

PMF invests time and resources in the development of the next generation of workers and promotes manufacturing as a rewarding and in-demand occupation at local schools and colleges, offering tours, speaking in classrooms, and serving on boards or committees for the Loyalsock School District, HOPE Enterprise, and Pennsylvania College of Technology. PMF’s management is also active in Lycoming College and involved with its Innovative Manufacturers’ Center. PMF’s forward thinking has enabled the company to grow through programs, philosophies and community leadership that include developing a pipeline and continuing to provide rewarding careers in manufacturing.

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