Marlin Steel was ranked as the 162nd fastest growing private manufacturers in U.S. by Inc. magazine on its “5000” list of fast-growing U.S. companies. At the core of this rapid growth are the people behind the industry-leading custom-engineered steel wire and sheet metal products this state-of-the-art small business in Baltimore, Maryland makes. They empower the company to keep and add clients which include many of the world’s leading brands: AAI, Alcoa, Amgen, AstraZeneca, BAE Systems, Bell Helicopter, Beretta, Boeing, BorgWarner, Caterpillar, Cessna Aircraft, Cummins, Delta Airlines, DRS Technologies, Dow Chemical, General Dynamics, General Electric, GKN, GM Ford, Honda, iRobot, Lockheed Martin, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Marathon, McMaster, Merck & Co., NASA, Pfizer, Pratt & Whitney, Sikorsky Aircraft, Timken, Toyota and United Airlines.
“I like being creative,” Marlin Steel skilled machine operator James Branch told The New York Times. And whether its individuals in similar roles or engineers or CNC Router programmers, creativity is central to careers at Marlin Steel, where technology and robotics are creating—and saving—the future of work in America today.