Curb lead times and streamline your supply chain with reliable Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) metal component and assembly fabrication solutions from Superior Tube Products, Inc.(STP).

STP can source, fabricate and deliver reliable metal components and assemblies for a variety of industries that exceed customer design requirements on time, every time and at an economical cost. We have fabricated a variety of tube products for office furniture, agriculture, fitness equipment, retail fixtures, construction, lighting and outdoor power equipment applications.

Our knowledgeable staff can take your product from design to finished part, meeting all your application requirements. We are a full-service fabricating facility with capabilities that include precision CNC cutting, tube bending, machining and drilling services, tube laser cutting, robotic and hand welding, tube end finishing, hydraulic and mechanical press work and custom tooling.

STP specializes in fabricating products from both small and large diameter tubing. Our team can fabricate products from a variety of tubing shapes, including square, round, oval, D-shape, rectangle, Roll Over Protection Systems and custom orders. With more than 25 years of experience producing OEM components and metal assemblies, no order is too complex, small or large.

No matter what industry or area of the world, we can fabricate products to your specifications without delay. Our flexibility with using both imperial and metric units makes us more adaptable.

Our extensive quality processes ensure the products we fabricate meet or exceed even the toughest customer standards and requirements. Material is purchased from reputable suppliers and compliance is verified upon arrival. Our quality control team uses precise testing and inspection equipment to confirm accuracy and an audit is performed on every order prior to shipment.

STP is committed to exceeding customer needs in the production and on-time delivery of high-quality metal components and assemblies.

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