Pennex Aluminum Company is a global leader in aluminum part manufacturing that specializes in recycling industrial aluminum to create unique finished products we use every day. We offer turnkey solutions to create specific aluminum chemistry, extrude unique aluminum shapes and fabricate finished products to your design requirements with world class quality and delivery. Our full spectrum of capabilities allows us to be flexible and responsive to our clients and we are proud of our 95% client retention rate. Built upon our solid corporate foundation, our customers, community and competitors recognize Pennex as dedicated aluminum specialists.
Pennex Aluminum Company officially unveiled a $38 million state-of-the-art expansion which nearly triples the size of the Leetonia, OH aluminum extrusion and fabrication facility. The expanded 275,000 square feet facility now includes two aluminum press lines, including one of the most innovative 12-inch press lines in the world. Each press gives Pennex the unique capability to create specialized and customized aluminum products for customers.
“This expansion gives Pennex the opportunity to do more with aluminum than ever before,” said Dave Riebe, Pennex President. “We have advanced our world-class capability to create larger, custom extruded aluminum products for our customers, providing solutions that exceed customer expectations. In addition, we’ve more than doubled the capacity of our aluminum fabrication lines, giving us the ability to supply complex, custom fabricated parts faster.”
Team Pennsylvania Foundation (Team PA) recognized 50 outstanding Pennsylvania companies and entrepreneurs for creating jobs, developing ideas, expanding into new markets and making positive contributions in local communities at the 2015 Governor’s ImPAct Awards.
Pennex was a finalist in the Jobs that Pay category. In the past several years, Pennex added jobs in the Greenville cast house, expanded fabrication operations in York and most notably expanded extrusion in Leetonia, OH. The expansion added 175,000 square feet and more than 65 new jobs.