Founded in 1964, Iroquois Industries, Inc. is a privately held corporation headquartered in Warren, Michigan. Over the past 45 years, Iroquois has evolved into a world class automotive supplier and currently operates with a skilled workforce of over 400 individuals. Spanning over 600,000 square feet, in seven facilities, Iroquois is a multidisciplinary company with the capability to design, validate, prototype and manufacture fully functional production metal components and welded assemblies across four commodities: Body in White, Chassis, Powertrain and Suspension. An extensive history of meeting OEM cost reduction targets & utilizing innovative design and process solutions is attributed to in-house tooling, which allows Iroquois Industries full control of development through assembly.
In the early 70’s, Iroquois pioneered the first mass produced disc brake shoe stampings, while the 80’s brought them to the forefront of developing the use of ultra high-strength steels for stampings and assemblies such as door impact beams, control arms and crossmembers. Today, Iroquois continues to be a leader in the use of Domex, Martinsite and Dual Phase materials.
In addition, Iroquois has formed a global alliance with Gedia Industries and Industrias Norm (GeNI Global). This alliance offers manufacturing in the USA, Germany, Poland, Hungary, Spain, Mexico and an Engineering office in China. To further support expanding customer requirements, Iroquois Industries, Inc. and Tottser Tool & Manufacturing have formed an alliance which offers our customers the option of WBE/Diversity supplier content.
Our mission is to do our very best to satisfy our customer. The people of Iroquois Industries are committed to our customer’s success. This vision shall be achieved through creating a work environment that enhances each team member’s sense of contribution, pride, respect, and success of others. This mission shall be a continuous effort by all.