Product is 100% made in the United States, from melt to final assembly.
AMERICAN STAINLESS STEEL MANUFACTURER
As an American-owned company dedicated to quality and transparency across all of its work, Gibson Stainless & Specialty is proud to stand behind its Made in USA ethos. We make qualified claims, ensuring that we are very clear in terms of our products’ country of origin. We will not state “Made in USA” unless the product is 100% Made in USA (manufactured in the United States, from melt to final assembly, on every component). If there is an imported component, or a product itself is a direct import, we make it known.
All of the castings in our primary product lines are 100% domestic, poured in American foundries. All of our original products, from beam clamps to right angle clamps to conduit bodies, have always been cast in the United States. Machining, finishing, inspection, assembly and packaging are done at Gibson Stainless by Gibson Stainless employees.In order to confidently state the country of origin of our products, it is our policy to contact any and all of our material suppliers to obtain a certificate stating the origin. If a country of origin Certificate is needed, we are happy to provide one.
Every product's country of origin can be found in our online catalog and below. We indicate which products are 100% Made in USA. We also show which products have a foreign component and those that are direct imports. We are committed to providing American-made products for the electrical industry and will continue our efforts to provide products that are all 100% Made in USA.
*Please note: Any changes in a product's country of origin will be updated immediately on our website.
For information regarding various American-Made product regulations such as the Buy American Act, the Buy America Act, or the
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) – Buy American Provision, please reference our eBook:
Product is manufactured in the United States; raw material may or may not be of U.S. origin.
Product is made in the United States but may contain a component that is an import. The cost of the components manufactured in the United State exceeds 50% of the cost of all components.