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Participating Companies

Featured Illinois Manufacturer:
Chirch Global Manufacturing
About Company   Cary, IL  

Chrich Global Maufacturing

 

Chirch Global Manufacturing, LLC (Chirch Global) designs and builds close tolerance progressive dies and manufactures high-quality metal fabrications, stampings, and assemblies. Chirch Global is ISO/TS 16949 certified and the company, along with its predecessors, have been serving customers since 1976.

 

Top Products: As a contract manufacturer, we supply products in a diverse group of industries, including but not limited to: Appliance, Automotive, Construction, Consumer Electronics, Environmental, Food Processing, Lighting, Medical, Military, Office, Equipment, Point of Purchase and Transportation.

 

Special capabilities: The Chirch Global Manufacturing Network is a collaborative business model of best-in-class manufacturers creating added value for our customers. We bring together like-minded business owners, with world-class specialized manufacturing capabilities, to offer comprehensive manufacturing solutions. Although each independently owned business within the Network has distinct manufacturing capabilities, we share the same values, business ethics, high quality standards, and passion to support our customer's just-in-time requirements... globally.

Products:

Prototyping, Tooling, Metal Stamping & Fabrications

Contact Information:

Michael Chirchirillo

www.chirchmfg.com

224-357-8809

 


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.