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Steffes is a lean-operating original equipment manufacturer (OEM) headquartered in Dickinson, North Dakota. We specialize in steel fabrication and electrical services for a variety of diverse industries, including oil and gas, contract manufacturing and electric thermal storage.
Having established several manufacturing and customer support facilities across the United States, we are excited to have opened our newest facility in Shelby, North Carolina. Production began in 2022 with plans to be fully operational in the second quarter of 2023.
Our Shelby facility will support our growing efforts to provide advanced comprehensive metal fabrication services to support production of OEM products and customer production in the region. With our commitment to our customers as strong as ever, we’re confident the core values that have guided our business for more than 70 years will ensure our reputation for innovation remains intact for decades to come.
We are committed to serving the communities we live and work in. We invest in our employees through training and career advancement. We work hard, and we have fun, too.
Learn what it’s like to work at Steffes straight from our employees in our monthly Steffes Spotlight!
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The combination of customers and friends in this area combined with the workforce potential and community support made Shelby a great fit for Steffes. We are excited to become part of the community and support innovation in the region. Check out what we’ve been up to!
Thank you to the students of Crest High School for visiting us for a tour! Shout out 📣 to Sam Hamrick, our facilities manager, for showing them around!
We had a blast 💥 at the Making It Work Engineering and Manufacturing Fair in Shelby! Heath Braun, our supply chain leader, was truly in his element sharing the Steffes story with the students whom attended.
Safety is one of our main core values. We demonstrated our dedication to safety by halting production companywide and committing to "Mission Zero" to ensure a safe and healthy work environment for all employees.
Shelby sure knows how to have a good time! We are having a blast getting settled in Cleveland County and many of our employees enjoyed a beautiful summer evening at Shelby Alive! Peep those custom can koozies we provide as a sponsor of this great event!
We had a blast at the Making It Work Engineering & Manufacturing Fair! More than 250 students from Cleveland, Rutherford, and Polk County schools attended, and we had the opportunity to visit with many future welders and engineers!
Steffes executives Todd Mayer and Peter Rackov had the pleasure of meeting Mayor Stan Anthony during a visit to Shelby, North Carolina. While taking advantage of their common interests in cycling, they toured the community and discussed opportunities in the area.
We had roughly 120 students stop by and visit us at Cleveland Community College's (CCC) Career Day. These students, some of whom are already enrolled in CCC's welding program, are all interested in a welding career and were excited to hear about future opportunities at Steffes!
Cleveland Community College welcomed us into the community almost immediately! Since we announced our expansion into the Southeast, we have been collaborating to discuss training and other opportunities for welders and other manufacturing production roles.
In March, we attended Career Day at Crest Middle School and visited with more than 300 8th grade students. While we were there, we talked about what we do at Steffes and the career opportunities available in manufacturing – both on the production and support sides. Thanks for having us, Dragons!
“This expansion is the realization of the company’s strategic vision,” said Todd Mayer, co-president of Steffes. “The combination of customers and friends in this area combined with the workforce potential and community support made Shelby the best fit for us. We are excited to become part of the community and support innovation in the region.”