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Voss

Based in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, since 1957, Voss Industries, LLC has been repeatedly recognized for its manufacturing solutions globally, nationally and regionally. Part of the Consolidated Aerospace Manufacturing, LLC group, Voss produces precision specialized band clamps, V-band couplings, flanges, ducting components and a variety of other fabricated products for all industries.

Since the companies start in 1957, Voss industries has grown to become one of the world’s leading suppliers of highly engineered V-retainer couplings, mated flanges, T-bolt band clamps, strap assemblies and special fabricated products to an extensive array of industries, including aerospace, food and chemical processing, medical, telecommunications and transportation.

Over the years to better serve the expanding global markets, Voss created three specific divisions: Clamp Technology, Voss Aerospace and Voss Technologies. Major companies that utilize Voss Aerospace products include Boeing, Airbus, Rolls Royce, Lockheed Martin, General Electric, Bombardier, UTC Aerospace, Raytheon and Northrop Grumman. Voss’ success in the aerospace market stems from our innovative product development and problem-solving capabilities. This ability is now being applied to other high-tech industries (e.g., telecommunications, medical and ground defense equipment) through the Voss Technologies Division.

Voss’ ability to take a project from concept/design to product development, life cycle testing & analysis culminating in the eventual production has positioned Voss as a leading supplier worldwide.

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