Miller Fabrication Solutions: Metal Parts Fabrication for Innovative OEMs

Expanding Capacity to Match Growing Demand

The 4th Miller plant will add manufacturing jobs and serve as the company's new automation hub to help deliver on increased customer demand
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One of the Most Successful Metal Fabricators in the USA

We've made it to The FABRICATOR's coveted FAB 40 list for the 5th straight year.
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Meeting the Global Standard in Safety

Miller earns ISO 45001:2018 certification, in addition to recerts in ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015.
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Move the World with Miller

Partner with a Tier 1 supplier-partner that specializes in heavy equipment to help you fulfill your customer promise.
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Blaze Your Career Path with a Fabrication Leader

If you have the drive, attention to detail, a great attitude, and a team player mentality - we may have the opportunity for you.
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Your End-to-End Fabrication Partner

A strategic partnership with Miller Fabrication Solutions is designed to strengthen your core competencies, not your risk. Find out how you can increase focus on forging your product innovation.

State-of-the-Art Equipment & Facilities

A true strategic partner will have the resources and flexibility to adapt to your ever-changing requirements. For Miller Fabrication Solutions, this means a continual evaluation of existing and new equipment, technologies, processes and standards to ensure your projects are handled efficiently and effectively.
Manufacturability alignment
Business process review
Prototype production
Release for ongoing production
Regular reviews

The Miller Customer Experience


Manufacturability alignment

Prior to the awarding of a project, the sales, engineering, quality, and operational teams at Miller Fabrication Solutions work to analyze your designs, processes, and quote to ensure complete manufacturability alignment.


Business process review

The assignment of a project kicks off a review of demand forecasts, lead times, economic order and release quantities (EOQ), inventory and e-commerce needs and quality and delivery requirements.


Prototype production

As business processes are reviewed, the Miller Fabrication Solutions team conducts a final check of product requirements and finalizes the prototype production process. Production then begins, followed by inspections, customer approval, and the submittal of related paperwork or data that should be included with the shipment. Based on customer and Miller communications, the process is adjusted accordingly.


Release for ongoing production

Upon successful prototype completion, the project is released for production. In-process inspections are conducted while production is refined to increase cost savings.


Regular reviews

Future demand, in the form of blanket POs, forecasts, or other means, is measured and matched to upcoming production each month. Project performance is assessed, reported and communicated monthly, with in-person customer plant visits scheduled on a quarterly or annual basis.
Lyndie Wingenroth
Independent Rough Terrain Center, LLC (IRTC)
“We have over 250 suppliers. When we look at potential partners, we look at the quality they provide, their costs and delivery time. Miller has delivered on all three.”
Jeffery Snider
Volvo Construction Equipment
“Miller Fabrication Solutions has become our preferred supplier, implementing lean manufacturing principles and numerous quality and delivery improvements that benefit our bottom line. They have made capital investments to support our growth. Miller Fabrication Solutions has not only met our goals but exceeded them, becoming a true partner for the long-term.”
Chuck Tornga
Tirx Moto
“The extensive manufacturing capabilities of Miller were a pretty quick indicator that this company could take on not only significantly complex projects but a variety of production volumes.”

Celebrating 60 Years of innovation

2023 marks 60 years of operations for Miller Fabrication Solutions. Since David R. Miller began his three-person welding and machining operation in 1963, the company has grown to 400 employees across four western Pennsylvania plant locations comprising 675,000 square feet. To this day, Miller continues to invest in new technology and automation, its people, and the communities it serves.

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