Metalcraft of Mayville Builds on its Automation Capabilities by Acquiring Gamache Systems

by Jim Dittmann
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Metalcraft of Mayville Builds on its Automation Capabilities by Acquiring Gamache Systems

Metalcraft of Mayville Inc. is pleased to announce the acquisition of Gamache Systems, located in New Berlin, WI, effective April 10, 2019.

“We are very excited to expand our Automation Division of Metalcraft of Mayville,” said Metalcraft CEO, Martin Gallun. “With Gamache’s history of success in working with well-known Wisconsin companies, we see a tremendous amount of opportunity to grow our business.”

According to Mr. Gallun, Gamache Systems’ skill set compliments Metalcraft’s recent acquisition of FJR Systems and gives them specialized engineering capability to add to the recently formed Automation Division of Metalcraft. As a result of this transaction, Metalcraft will have the opportunity to expand its technical skill, customer base, and presence in the manufacturing automation market. Gallun also added, “I believe this will be a win-win for both organizations, and I am excited about the synergies between Gamache and FJR.”

The company’s foundation belief that “Employees Make the Difference” remains evident, as Metalcraft will retain all existing employees of Gamache Systems. Mike Gamache, Gamache Systems former owner, will also be retained, taking on a new role as Business Development Manager. Additionally, this acquisition does not impact the employment status for anyone in Metalcraft’s other three facilities (West Bend, Mayville and Beaver Dam), and the company will continue its hiring and growth strategies as recently communicated to its workgroups.

About Metalcraft of Mayville

Headquartered in Mayville, Wisconsin, Metalcraft of Mayville Inc. (MOM) has become a leading metal fabricator and manufacturer for OEM customers across the United States. MOM serves the agricultural, forestry, construction, military, industrial, and mining markets. MOM, an ISO 9001:2008 registered company, manufactures products in its three facilities, totaling over 850,000 square feet, located in Mayville, West Bend, and Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. More information can be found at

About Gamache Systems

Gamache Systems, formerly Custom Lean Design Manufacturing Systems, has been involved in the design and manufacturing of custom automation and assembly equipment since 2007. From concept to creation, Gamache Systems produces lean manufacturing systems to increase productivity, quality, and consistency while reducing waste, costs, and ergonomic stress. More information can be found at


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