Mission: Our Mission is to provide World-Class engineering, fabrication, machining, and assembly services.
Mission and ValuesVision:
To be our customer’s premier supplier.
To provide World-Class engineering, fabrication, machining, and assembly services.
For us to provide extraordinary manufacturing services to our customers, we must demonstrate:
Established in 1946, Major Tool & Machine started business in custom manufacturing, specializing in the production of tooling and aircraft ground support equipment, and has since significantly expanded its market scope and capabilities.
Today, we are recognized as a critical leader in providing world-class manufacturing, engineering, fabrication, precision machining, and assembly services to a variety of United States and International customers. Major Tool & Machine manufactures hardware for a variety of industries including Aerospace, Defense, Power Generation, Commercial Industrial, and the Nuclear markets.
Operating and registered as a certified small business, Major Tool & Machine has grown to over 600,000 square feet of manufacturing space in the Indianapolis area and excels in the following areas:
The experience of our people allows us to fulfill each customer’s specific requirements. The processes employed are technical and complex in nature, which requires our workforce to be highly competent and flexible in their ability to understand, communicate and respond to the customer’s needs. Our manufacturing processes and capabilities are important to our success, but the ability to meet and exceed customer expectations is impossible without the right people. Our employees develop and maintain a strong bond with our corporate values: mutual respect and trust, hard work, dedication, integrity, dependability, responsiveness, and commitment to quality.
To inspire dedication and continual improvement, we continually develop strong relationships with our employees and share the vision of the organization. Frequent expressions of appreciation for our workforce in general and positive recognition of desired behaviors help reinforce the essence of the values of the corporation.
Relationships within our community are very important. We want to share our success through community relations with other entities that support the local neighborhood and broader community. These relationships are developed through investing in human and social services, potential employees, and the general development of goodwill. To that end, we promote employees becoming volunteers for organizations that Major Tool & Machine supports, or with the charitable organization of their choice.
What Our People Say
With a history of over sixty years, Major Tool & Machine has become a trusted partner to customers and a valued company to employees. Here are just a few comments from our team members:
“I love the variety of work that we do. Different projects allow me to grow and expand my knowledge. We’re constantly challenged to create unique parts, with different materials, sizes, and uses. Major Tool & Machine is a place you can work for your entire career and never be bored!” – Process Engineer, Major Tool & Machine
“Major Tool provides state-of-the-art facilities and the technology to support us. Our facilities allow us to tackle large projects, but the company has maintained a connected feel for employees. I enjoy our diverse scope of work – we see many different industries and projects, which make our engineers well-rounded.” – Process Engineer, Major Tool & Machine
I have been working at Major Tool & Machine full-time (More than 10 years)
Dynamic company, reinvests in people and technology
Privately held small businesses always have pros and cons.
More pros than cons.
Advice to Management
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Major Tool & Machine.
First you have to take a Wonderlic test. Then interview with the director of engineering about your past jobs and he quizzes you about a few prints and how you would process them. After that you interview with HR who asks and talks about some of their policies. Then you interview with two of the team leads/managers; one of which could potentially be your new boss.
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