Since 1938

Fleetwood Metal Industries Inc.


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1885 Blackacre Dr
Windsor ON N0R1L0 Canada

Since its inception in 1938, Fleetwood Metal Industries has continued to evolve to meet and exceed the technological trends.


Fleetwood's capabilities focus on state-of-the art metal stamping and welding technologies, controlled by highly trained operator.

Fleetwood houses over 60 presses that range from 250 to 2,000 tons for blanking, forming and drawing. Our advanced robotic mig and spot welding capabilities ensure the kind of quality that exceeds industry standards.

​What's more, an integrated Quality Assurance department monitors quality levels, using the latest in precision-testing equipment. Our advancement in forming simulation and CATIA design is moving Fleetwood to the forefront of high strength material part production.

The bottom line is superb quality - the kind of quality that has earned Fleetwood ratings far better then the industry norms.

  • 1993 - Supplier relationship established with Honda
  • 1997 - Expansion of Otterville
  • 1999- New expanded Windsor office built
  • 2000 - Expansion of Otterville
  • 2000 - 5 new robotic transfer presses in Otterville
  • 2001 - New facility Tillsonburg
  • 2003 - Establish South Plant Implementation Team
  • 2004 - Expansion of Tillsonburg & adding of E-coat capabilities
  • March 2005 - opening of Alabama facility
  • Mid-2005 - 1 new 2000 ton transfer press in Tillsonburg
  • Mid-2006 - 1 new 1000 ton transfer press in Tillsonburg
  • March 2008- Completed 48,000 sq./ft. Expansion Alabama facility
  • Mid-2008 - 1 new 1500 ton transfer press in Sylacauga, AL.