Industrial Components

Gerber Wood Products provides components to a wide variety of industries. Our term "Industrial Components" refers to wooden or plastic parts that form part of a larger, more extensive final product. These industries range from the automotive, agricultural, building materials, to the entertainment, musical instrument, educational and hospitality industries, just to name a few.

Gerber’s broad customer base includes many industrial manufacturers that use our components for the underlying structure of end use products. Such components include pickup truck caps, puzzles and games, musical instrument parts, protection and support during shipping, food and beverage accessories, and museum displays just to give a few examples.

While the materials we use are determined by the manufacturer’s specifications, we commonly use combinations of solid hardwoods, softwoods, sheet products, and even plastics in our industrial components. We work closely with our customers’ engineering teams to develop a component that best satisfies pricing, quality, and functionality.

Why not put our specially designed equipment to work for your bottom line and focus your manufacturing resources on your core products? Contact Gerber Wood Products today to discover how we may help improve your productivity, efficiency, and profits!

Wooden Parts are Everywhere!

Did you ever think of all the diverse places wood is used? Automotive parts, Yes! Magician Props? Those too! How about in Bee Keeping? Of course! Even percussion instruments use wooden components.

Wood is a universal and inexpensive raw material with a small carbon footprint when compared to metals and most other materials. That is why so many industries seek out wood components for a portion of their product. Be it packaging, temporary supports, mounting boards, or permanent components that are environmentally friendly, wood fits the bill. 

Check with Gerber Wood Products today to see how wood may help make your final product better.

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