Founded in 1954, GMN has grown from a few employees in a small facility in Seattle, WA to more than 1,000 employees spanning seven plants: San Jose, Monroe, Beaverton, Seattle, Singapore and China.
Today, all of GMN’s facilities are ISO-9001 certified and operate under Continuous Improvement, Lean and Six Sigma manufacturing principles. GMN’s focus on quality assurance and workplace efficiency has guided our success in highly regulated industries, like medical and aerospace. In addition, many GMN constructions are listed with Underwriters Laboratories and approved by the Canadian Standards Association.
We are proud of the company we keep. GMN has been awarded preferred vendor status by the Boeing Commercial Airplane Group, Varian Medical Systems, and Rockwell Automation, among others. We have also been recognized with supplier awards from some of the world’s top companies, including John Deere, Mitsubishi and The Boeing Company.
GMN made its first move to international production by establishing the GMN Singapore in 1997 to better serve the key accounts in this region. Later on, Singapore division moved to a new larger facility and continued to grow steadily. Today the plant covers an area of 45,000 square feet. GMN Singapore holds the most quality certificates of the company with the high-quality production and quality control process. This division specialized in precision machining processes, for medical, optical encoders and other products.
In 2005, GMN established the China division, with the factory of 15,000 square feet for labels, nameplates and die-cut parts production.
In 2007, GMN’s China division moved to a newly remodeled state-of-art facility with 50,000 square feet in Dongguan. This division possesses a variety of manufacturing capabilities and focuses primarily on the Labels, die-cut components, and nameplates. The factory has a dust-free printing workshop, electroforming and stamping workshops. It is the global production center for various types of nameplate manufacturing.
Acquired the Electronic Industry Code of Conduct certification. The production workshop was expanded to65,000 square feet according to the production demand.
Expanded the electroforming workshop to 15,000 square feet to increase the production capacity.