Manufacturing has long been an economic driver in the state of Washington and currently represents 7.2 percent of the local economy.
Manufacturing businesses range from very small to very large, from those who serve a niche market to those who serve many industries and a broad customer base.
Leading industry segments include:
- Aerospace products
- Aluminum casting
- Medical equipment and supplies
- Paper and plastic products
- Structural and other metal products
Our Manufacturing Companies
World-class precision fabrication and contract manufacturing business that supplies customers in many industries worldwide.
A leader in surface finishing from small prototype runs to high volume production. Their 35,000 sq. ft. facility provides flexibility and process capabilities to ensure quick turnaround.
Delivers high quality, high performance precision investment castings and metal products to commercial, medical, industrial, and manufacturing applications.
Develops, engineers, designs, and manufactures sophisticated molds, casting machines, automated systems and ancillary equipment.
Specializes in the development, manufacture, and sale of high-temperature materials for industrial applications. Headquartered in Spokane, Pyrotek has 80 locations in 35 countries.
Manufacturer of steel and framing products and accessories and complete grain storage and handling systems.
And many more.
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The Spokane Advantage
90,000 enrolled students at eight regional universities provide employers an educated pool of talent. Engineering disciplines are offered by local public and private universities and Community Colleges of Spokane, the second largest community college in Washington State. Technical degrees include Machine/CNC Technology, Welding and Fabrication, Electronics Engineering, Biomedical Equipment Technician, and Electrical Maintenance and Automation. Spokane also offers competitive utility costs and electricity rates.VIEW STATE INCENTIVES