Mission

Founded in 1995, we at TriMet Industries started with the same ideas that we continue to operate with to this day - "Quality Right On Time". This is more than just our motto, it is a promise to all our customers - past, present, and future. 

About Us

TriMet Industries is a premier manufacturer for welding, metal fabrication, custom projects and design concept to implementation. With our on-site powder coating and laser facilities, we are a full-service fabrication establishment. Our engineering design team offers innovative ideas using Solid Works. Located in our 20,000 sq. ft. factory for over 25 years, we specialize in prototype fabrications, weldments, assemblies, fixture stations and architecture design for both residential and commercial applications. Costing optimization and quality are our primary commitments to customers.

TriMet Industries also manufactures our own line of aluminum and vinyl docks built to last. MI Dock is our maintenance-free, all-aluminum welded construction dock with all stainless steel hardware. With over 20 years of experience in the dock manufacturing field, MI Dock offers multiple vinyl colors, many configurations to meet all any dock and watercraft needs. Learn more at www.mi-dock.com.

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Contact

Dan Mello, President
Phone: 231-929-9100, Email: mello@trimetindustries.com
TriMet Industries
829 Duell Road
Traverse City, MI 49686

Careers

Designer Drafters CAD-CAM
Use Computer-Aided Design programs to transform design ideas into buildable products.
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Engineer
Drive the design and development of manufactured products and manage manufacturing processes such as quality control and process optimization.
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Machinist
Use machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, and grinders, to produce precision metal parts.
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Welder
Welders form and join metals to perform a designed function for a product within a manufacturing facility, or onsite construction and repairs.
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