Germantown Tool & Manufacturing

Germantown Tool and Manufacturing is one of the largest metal fabrication shops in the Middle Atlantic states. The company is located in Huntingdon Valley near Doylestown. Being established in 1955 in... Show more

Germantown Tool and Manufacturing is one of the largest metal fabrication shops in the Middle Atlantic states. The company is located in Huntingdon Valley near Doylestown. Being established in 1955 in Philadelphia as a small tool and die shop the company has been growing year by year and moved to a suburb of Philadelphia, PA. The company has a huge experience in commercial metal forming and metal stamping service, sheet metal fabrication, robotic welding services, metal laser cutting services, assembly services and press brake tooling. Hide

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