Who Is Dunkirk Metal Products?

DMP is a leading sheet metal fabricator and manufacturer of specialty metal products, specifically engineered to meet the demand of today’s industries.

Our services include technical design assistance, engineering support, rapid proto-typing, precision sheet metal fabrication, CNC laser cutting, CNC turret press punching, CNC brake press bending and forming, stamping, machining, welding and assembly. Our diverse customer base includes companies in the construction, automotive, HVAC, medical, oil refining, furniture and transportation industries.

Aerial View Of Inside Dunkirk Metal Products

In April, 2012, three local businessmen acquired DMP with a renewed focus on the Company’s history of commitment to customer service and quality operations. Since that time, the Company has invested substantially in upgrading existing equipment, acquiring new equipment and expanding to a modern 40,000 sq. ft. facility near Dunkirk, NY in the Town of Sheridan, NY. The company’s ownership is committed to the community and looks forward to continued growth and expansion.

Effective November 1, 2017 DMP entered partnership with principals of Novum Medical Products of WNY, LLC (“Novum”). Novum provides steel based medical components and furnishings to the healthcare industry including pediatric cribs and beds, medical carts, overbed tables, IV poles and more. We are proud of our partnership with Novum Medical Products which allows us to provide high quality steel products to the Healthcare Industry. To learn more about our partnership, click here!

Our Mission Statement DMP’s mission is to provide the highest level of product quality, service and customer support in the precision sheet fabrication and stamping industry. We service our customers guided by integrity, dependability, communication and teamwork. We recognize that quality and service is what provides value to our customers and we are committed to our customers’ success. DMP your supply chain alternative suppling quality parts on time since 1947.