Presented For Outstanding Performance and Commitment To Excellence

Meadville, PA. (April 4, 2019) – Meadville Forging Company, a Meadville, Pennsylvania-based forging company, announced receiving General Motors Supplier Quality Excellence Award for 2018. This award is reserved for suppliers that distinguish themselves by going above and beyond GM’s requirements, helping GM to provide their customers with the most innovative technologies and highest quality in the automotive industry.

General Motors Senior Buyer Julie Price commented, “Thank you to the entire Meadville Forging team for their continuous support during the launch of our new GAx program. MFC’s ability to accurately forecast their steel requirements in this tight market to support GM’s demand for this critical line would not be possible without excellent communication and countless hours making sure things are right.  We appreciate your commitment!  Keep it up!”

Paul Weagraff, MFC’s Cambridge Springs Plant Manager, added, “General Motors sets a high bar for quality parts delivered right and on time, every time.  I am proud of our terrific team in meeting and exceeding their high standards.”

Ed Loccisano, Vice President of Strategic Planning noted, “We’re very proud to receive this award because the entire MFC team was part of our success. We take a lot of pride seeing a Chevy Silverado or GMC Sierra driving down the road.” Joe Rich, Vice President of Operations stated, “It’s what we do, plain and simple.  Every team member that walks through our doors is committed to the highest level of safety, quality, and delivery… end of story.” Jim Allen, Vice President of Sales and Marketing added, “We deeply value our relationship with General Motors and look forward to the challenge of meeting their high expectations in the coming years.” 

About Meadville Forging Company:

Meadville Forging Company, L.P. manufactures and supplies closed-die forged products. It offers wheel hubs and transmission gears to the automotive industry; and forgings for trucks, trailers, and rail and mining equipment. The company’s products also include commercial bearing components and specialty forgings. Meadville Forging Company, L.P. was formerly known as Palmer Tool and changed its name to Meadville Forging Company, L.P. in 1955. The company was founded in 1940 and is based in Meadville, Pennsylvania. Meadville Forging Company, L.P. operates as a subsidiary of The Keller Group, Inc.