Our customers depend on us to provide critical feedback and engineering support throughout the design and fabrication of current and next generation programs.
Our team can be summed up in one word:
We’re lucky to have the most dedicated, hard-working, passionate people in Indianapolis and consider the entire team part of the MTM family. Our tagline says it all.
Good talent is hard to find and we are convinced we have the best talent around. The processes we employ 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 our ability to meet and exceed customer expectations is impossible without the right people. In order to preserve and grow our family, we always look for ways to attract, grow, retain, and develop our staff. It is to that end that we invested in our people by creating and dedicating a training program specifically for machinists and welders. Both programs have a curriculum developed specific to our business.
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.
“From a community relations perspective, Major Tool & Machine and our employees have contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars and thousands of hours of community service to make our local community a better place to live and work. Our charitable philosophy is simple in that we support community organizations local to our campus and groups that our employees are active in. We work with well known community partners such as Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and Indiana Blood Center as well as organizations such as Felege Hiywot Children’s Center, Oaks Academy, and local student organizations and athletic teams.” – Steve Weyreter, President/CEO, Major Tool & Machine