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|Featured Illinois Manufacturer:
Abbate Screw Products, Inc.
|About Company||Roselle, IL|
Abbate Screw Products, Inc. is committed to producing high quality, precision-machined components and outstanding customer service. Our family-owned and operated company began in 1974 with two machines and a desire to become an industry-leading manufacturer of turned metal parts. Today, Abbate Screw Products, Inc. manufactures precision parts ranging from 1/16" to 2 1/4" in diameter. Our clean and efficient 85,000 square foot facility offers the best in modern machining utilizing a mix of CNC/CNC Swiss machines, traditional single/multiple spindle automatic screw machines, CNC milling and drilling, honing, grinding, blasting and vibratory finishing. At Abbate Screw Products, Inc., our mission is to stay ahead of emerging technology in order to maintain our position as a global leader in the precision turned product industry. Our management and dedicated employees welcome the opportunity to serve your needs and exceed your expectations for quality and service.
Top products: Precision turned metal parts of various alloys up to 2 1/4" in diameter for many
industries including, but not limited to: Aerospace Appliance Controls,
Automotive, Home and Building Controls, Electro-Mechanical, Hydraulics, and Marine
Medical Military (Cage Code 499A3) Safety Products
Special Capabilities: CNC machining, Automatic Screw Machining, Honing, Grinding, Vibratory Polishing,
Blasting, Coining (Seating) and light assembly.
From earth moving equipment to automobiles; medical devices to consumer products, Illinois is home to 20,000 manufacturers employing nearly 600,000 people.
IMEC, along with our strategic partners, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO), the Manufacturing Extension Partnership, and other friends of manufacturing, have launched this on-line resource to showcase the diversity of products made here and celebrate the companies that manufacture them. In towns from Chicago to Carbondale, manufacturing is the engine that powers the Illinois economy.