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Plant Photo of Schuler Incorporated in Canton, USA

Schuler Inc., Canton, USA

Mailing address

Schuler Inc.
7145 Commerce Blvd.
Canton, MI 48187

Tel.: +1 (734) 207 72 00
Fax: +1 (734) 207 72 22



Paul Nicholson


1978 Formation of Joint Venture Schuler-Leukart in Columbus, Ohio
1984 Reorganization as Schuler Incorporated
1998 Chrysler Gold Pentastar Award Winner
2000 GM Supplier of the Year Award Winner
2001 Opening of Schuler US Headquarters in Canton, Michigan
2004 Installation of the first Compact Crossbar press in the USA
2007 Integration of Müller Weingarten Corporation
2008 Installation of the first form hardening line in North America
Installation of the first servo press at an automobile supplier plant
Integration of Schuler Hydroforming Incorporated

Core competencies

Schuler Inc. represents the Schuler Group in North America.  Its offerings include: sales management, project coordination, materials purchasing, after-sales-service, press rebuilding and modernization.  The company has many years of experience in the management of turnkey projects for the automakers and their suppliers.  Schuler Incorporated’s customers also include the electromotor and household appliance industries.  With its highly qualified technicians the company offers a wide range of capabilities for service projects.
The integration of Schuler Hydroforming Inc. expanded the company’s range of capabilities to include engineering, sales and service for hydroforming lines and tools as well as high volume manufacturing of hydroformed parts.  In this way the company supports North American customers in the design and development of hydroformed parts and in the design of hydroforming manufacturing lines and tools.  Capabilities also include manufacturing and try-out of the dies developed for hydroforming.  Another area of competency is its own hydroforming facility for volume production: Schuler’s automated production line in Canton produces approximately 600,000 hydroformed components per year.