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GM Nameplate

Phone: 206-284-2200
Fax: 206-284-3705
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2040 15th Avenue West
Seattle, WA 98119
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GM Nameplate (GMN) is a leading manufacturer of nameplates, membrane products, and a wide variety of other die cut products. Since our founding in 1954, we have been serving companies across nearly every industry with custom designed manufactured components and assemblies. We are privately owned with our corporate headquarters in Seattle, WA. GM Nameplate employs more than 1,000 at its facilities throughout North America and Asia. As a company, we are recognized as a leading international custom manufacturer, with a reputation of meeting and exceeding customer expectations every time. Over the years, we have served across a large variety of industries, including aerospace, appliances, automotive, cosmetics, electronics, and medical.

Although we started out as solely a nameplate manufacturer, today GMN’s capabilities include die-cut components, a wide variety of labels, optical encoders, value added assembly, development of products, capacitive switches and sensors, backlighting, membrane switches, plastics, elastomer keypads, rapid prototyping, front panel integration and bonding, graphic overlays, nameplates, printed electrodes, printed circuit boards, testing equipment and accessories, testing services, and PTC heaters.

We are proud of the company we have become and we strive to maintain the values that we were founded on almost seventy years ago. All of our facilities are ISO-9001 certified and operate under Continuous Improvement, Lean, and Six Sigma manufacturing principles. We have also been given preferred vendor status companies like Rockwell, Varian, and Boeing. Our customers know that they can trust us to provide them high quality products on time with word class customer service to back it up. To learn more about GM Nameplate or to speak to a sales representative, visit our website today.

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