For over 35 years Linn Products has been bringing a fresh approach and innovation to the aluminum fabrication industry. Landing his first customer by assisting them in the re-design of their product, Randy Linn began Linn Products with the simple mission of providing well engineered parts in the most efficient manner.
Officially beginning Linn Products in 1980 as an aluminum fabricator, he began building complete fabrication fixtures and dies with a handful of employees. In 1986, he purchased and renovated his first extrusion press in an effort to control part quality and delivery. Having out-grown our facility, in 1999, we relocated to a new 150,000 square foot facility, and added our second extrusion press. In 2001, we added a state-of-art anodize handling system for providing finished parts, and completing our goal of becoming a vertically integrated highly engineered aluminum extruded parts supplier. In 2013 we expanded operations into a adjacent facility spreading our total operations to over 210,000 square feet.
As a full service aluminum extruder, fabricator and anodizer, Linn Products continues to offer a streamlined approach to delivering the highest quality product at the best value in the shortest amount of time. Building custom tooling and machinery of our own design to efficiently produce customer product is our speciality, and the very foundation of which the business was built. It is what makes us unique and what adds value for our customers year after year.
Located in Charlotte, Michigan, our two adjacent facilities house our entire operations including extrusion, fabrication, anodize, and assembly operations as well as our engineering and administrative offices. Having everything on one campus provides a communication advantage, cross utilization of resources, and personable customer service that runs throughout every department.
We believe that our success is driven by helping our customers be successful. We focus on creating strong partnerships, working with honesty and integrity. Our partnerships stretch globally to customers in the USA, Canada, Japan, China, Mexico and Europe, serving many industries including:
- automotive roof systems components
- architectural door hardware
- automated conveyor components
- vehicle window frames
- retail point-of-purchase displays
- CMM measuring fixtures
- automotive accessories
- office furniture components