- Chrysler LLC
- General Motors Corporation
- Indiana Arcelormittal Harbor LLC
- The Harrison Steel Castings Co
- Belden Wire & Cable Company
- Haynes International, Inc.
- Howmet Corporation
- Indianapolis Casting Corporation
- Sovereign Tool & Engineering, LLC
- Steel Dynamics, Inc.
- Intat Precision Inc
- Madison Precision Products, Inc.
- REA Magnet Wire Company Inc
- Rochester Metal Products Corp
- Alcoa Automotive - Indiana Assembly and Fabricatin
- Fort Wayne Foundry Corporation
- Seymour Tubing, Inc.
- Wabash Alloys, L.L.C.
- Aero Metals Inc
- Dalton Corporation, Kendallville Manufacturing Fac
- Citation Foundry Corporation
- Hydro Aluminum North America, Inc.
- Nucor Corporation
- General Aluminum Manufacturing Co Inc
- Gunite EMI Corporation
- General Cable Industries, Inc.
- Beta Steel Corp.
- Essex Group, Inc.
- Lasalle Steel Company
- Indiana Tube Corporation
- I/N Tek
- Novelis Corporation
- Superior Aluminum Alloys, LLC
- Tdy Industries, Inc.
- TI Group Automotive Systems LLC
- Quemetco Inc
- Diversified Machine, Inc.
- Lock Joint Tube LLC
- Netshape Technologies, Inc.
- Dietrich Industries, Inc.
- Citizens Gas & Coke Utility
- Grede Foundries, Inc
- Plymouth Tube Company
- Bremen Castings, Inc.
- Harrison Ironworks LLC
- Steel Technologies Inc.
- Consolidated Fabrication & Constructors, Inc.
- Jupiter Aluminum Corporation
- Heidtman Steel Products, Inc.
- Outokumpu Stainless Plate Inc
- Robinson Steel Co Inc
- Bon L Manufacturing Company
- Ntk Precision Axle Corporation
- Patrick Industries, Inc.
- Allegheny Ludlum Corporation
- Ward Aluminum Casting Inc
- Ward Corporation
- Martinrea Industries, Inc.
- Manchester Metals, LLC
- Contech US LLC
- Indiana Steel and Wire Company, LLC
- Indiana Harbor Coke Company LP
- Indalex Inc.
- United States Steel Corp
- Eagle Steel Products Inc
- Foundry Services, Inc
- Kobelco Metal Powder of America, Inc.
- Elixir Industries
- AK Steel Corporation
- Atlas Foundry Company Inc
- Gartland Foundry Company, Inc.
- S.U.S. Cast Products, Incorporated
- Union Electric Steel Corporation
- Arcelormittal USA Inc
- Littler Diecast Corporation
- Mason Corporation.
- Mi-Tech Steel, Inc
- Ross Mould, Incorporated
- Sanlo Inc
- Scepter, Inc.
- Scott Brass Inc
- Ctc Casting Technologies, Inc.
- Metal Technologies Auburn, LLC
- Bock Industries, Inc.
- Arcelormittal Holdings Inc.
- Colwell, Inc
- Mi-Tech Metals Inc
- Closure Systems International Inc.
- Al-Fe Heat Treating Inc
- R & T Steel and Wire Co LLC
- Coating Consultants, LLC
- Excel Manufacturing, Inc.
- Nelson Acquisition, LLC
- Nikkei Mc Aluminum America, Inc.
- Valbruna Slater Stainless Inc.
- Cerro Wire & Cable Co Inc
- Accurate Castings Inc
- Isg Chicago Cold Rolling, Inc.
- Mmi Products, Inc.
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