Headquartered in Escanaba, MI, Engineered Machined Products, Inc. (“EMP”) is a privately held engineering and manufacturing leader in thermal and oil management systems. EMP’s products consist of complex, highly machined precision metal components and include mechanical water and oil pumps, hydraulic motor housings, and a variety of advanced electronic components including electric water pumps, electric fans, thermal systems, oil management systems, brushless alternators and electric oil pumps.
With nearly 500 employees across facilities in Michigan and Indiana, EMP is a leading producer of components and systems for the on-highway, off-highway, hybrid & specialty and transit bus markets. Working closely with customers and suppliers, EMP has built an excellent reputation for quality and customer satisfaction.
EMP’s products meet each customer’s exact specifications. The Company offers a full range of engineering support to customers from design to manufacturing. EMP’s products contribute significantly to improving fuel economy, reducing emissions and improving safety.
Key factors contributing to the Company’s record of growth is its efficient manufacturing operations and commitment to product quality. EMP has advanced robotic automation in its manufacturing and assembly processes. This investment in advanced technology has resulted in reduced costs, enhanced quality and turnaround times, and increased capacity. EMP’s automation is cellular based for high volume production and designed to minimize labor costs, maximize efficiency, quality and flexibility.
EMP was named Michigan’s “Manufacturer of the Year” in 2001. Other key awards include the Design News Magazine “Best Product of the Year” Award for the years 2001, 2003, 2005. EMP was also named a Finalist for its Mini-Hybrid™ (MH8) Thermal System in 2007, and was named to the INC. Magazine list of 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies. EMP is TS/ISO certified.
Tool Design Engineer
May 2018 - August 2018
“Great ideas and very advanced manufacturing techniques. There was a lot to learn and the company was small enough that I got to experience a lot of different areas of the company.”