Our Company Culture

Sometimes after a long day of creating amazing custom metal products, it’s great to relax with the team (and sometimes family members and friends!) at the shop… and now we have this:

Behind every great company are great employees! We’re proud of our company culture. Thanks for listening!

Until next time,

Shea

Happy Family Day from Sunset Metal Fab Inc.

At Sunset Metal Fab Inc., we believe that to be happy with life, you must be satisfied with your work. However, FAMILY is the reason why we work.

Family is the reason we passionately pursue our work goals and strive for the best everyday.

We’d like to wish all our friends and families a wonderful Family Day. We hope you are able to enjoy time with the ones you love this long week-end.

(Here’s mine!)

Family Day SMF

Until next time,

Shea

Merry Christmas!

It’s been a tremendous year for us at Sunset Metal Fab Inc, so we’d like to take this opportunity to give a heartfelt ‘thank you’ and wish the happiest of holidays to all our families, friends and valued customers.

Merry Christmas from Sunset Metal Fab Inc.

Cheers to you.

Until next year…

Shea and the staff at SMF

Coolant Tote Rack

More industrial metal fab by Sunset Metal Fab Inc!

Here’s a mild steel coolant tote rack that we recently custom made for a customer in the Windsor, Ontario area.

Until next time,

Shea

A Big Accomplishment

No, this update isn’t about metal fab – we wanted to share the news about our incredible daughter. Her hard work and dedication has paid off and she just earned her brown belt in Isshinryu Karate.

My wife and I are so very proud of her.

Thanks for listening.

Now back to our regularly scheduled metal fab!

Until next time,

Shea

Support Technical Education and Growth in Windsor

We’re proud to have one of our employees, who is also a University of Windsor Engineering student, participating in a Capstone project – where students in their final year develop and implement a product design plan from conception through to construction.

Tony is participating in the Aero Design Challenge, where their team is challenged with designing a radio-controlled aircraft which can carry the heaviest payload possible given the constraints on power, size, and weight. The constraints and international nature of the competition challenges the team’s design abilities and creativity, enabling them to meet the challenges of industry.

New technology and innovative thinking are important to growing our economy. Windsor Engineering students are given the opportunity to develop and implement a product design plan from conception through to construction in their Capstone projects.

If you’re interested in supporting these students, please find more information here and here.

All the best to Tony and all of the U of W teams!