EHC Industries was founded by two brothers, Earl and Harry Miller, and their two sons, Charles and Randy, in 1991. The company began in an old service station in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. As word of mouth spread and orders increased, they were forced to hire their first employees and buy their first shear and press brake to meet demand.
The original business, EHC Construction, was founded in 1987 with a focus on custom home building. The sheet metal fabrication side of the company continued to grow in the 1990’s and Charles & Randy turned their attention solely to EHC Industries and modernization of the shop floor. With the expansion of EHC came new equipment; the company’s first CNC punch, which allowed them to create high-quality precision parts and eventually automated laser cutting & press brakes. The continued increase of customers and equipment purchases led to several additions and renovations to the former service station. In 2000, EHC relocated to Westmoreland Technology Park I in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania.
EHC’s current 32,000 sq. ft. the facility is large enough to house state of the art fabricating equipment, complete with a 20-foot high bay and two 5 ton overhead cranes which allow EHC to fabricate a wide range of products.
EHC strives to stay on the cutting edge of fabrication technology and are proficient in 3D modeling, CNC laser, punch, bending, and now welding. With the addition of a robotic welding cell in 2015, EHC can now set up and weld complex parts with 100% repeatability.
EHC Industries, Inc., the management, and the employees would like to thank everyone who has helped make us a successful company as we've grown through the years. We look to continue to serve our customers and remain a positive asset in the community.
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