The quality of your product is a direct reflection of how a company is viewed in the market. Hol-Mac's culture is to build quality products, conduct business with integrity, and provide our customers with exceptional service. Utilizing Lean Manufacturing Principles such as 8 Wastes, 5S, Kaizen, Poka Yoke, POUS, Kanban, and APQP are just a few of the ways we provide our customers with the highest quality possible.
Today's customers require state of the art practices as well as facilities. We have recently completed a 60,000 square foot facility that will supply all internal burn to shape parts to our four manufacturing facilities. This new facility will allow us to respond even faster to the needs of our customers. Hol-Mac sees robotic welding as the future of manufacturing and currently has four in our facility. We also have over 50 CNC machines programmed through CAM and connected through DNC Interchange.
Hol-Mac has over 50 years in steel fabrication and value-added services. Our investments center around expanding for the growth of our customers, employees, and company. We conduct our business consistent with truth, trust, and simply doing what is right. We have five manufacturing facilities with three in Bay Springs, MS; one in Winona, MS; and one in Gulfport, MS. Each facility has a core product and capability but due to common equipment we are able to produce products at the other facilities if needed.
Taylorsville High School celebrated homecoming with a win over Richton High School. While the players were busy getting the job done on the field, volunteers from Hol-Mac Corporation made sure no one went hungry. Fifteen Hol-Mac team members staffed the
Relay For Life of Jasper County will be held on Friday, April 11 from from 3:00-9:00 PM in Smith Park. Hol-Mac Corporation’s Relay for Life Team Captain, Laura Sulek, has added a variety of new activities to this year’s fundraising
On Thursday, May 15, Plant 2 hosted guests from Caterpillar’s BCP division.
This Christmas season Hol-Mac team members prepared seventeen food boxes for needy families in the Bay Springs area. “Boxes were filled with everything a family could need to prepare several meals over the holidays,” said Lynn Wilson, Hol-Mac Benefits Coordinator.