Mills Products Creates Metal Track for Tier 1 Auto Supplier

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Mills Products Incorporated agrees to manufacture glass tracks for Carlex, a Tier 1 supplier of automotive glass.

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We’re thrilled to be a supplier for Carlex...

Tennessee-based metal fabricator Mills Products Incorporated has begun manufacturing a glass track for Carlex, a Tier 1 supplier of automotive glass. Carlex marries its glass to Mills Products’s rollformed metal assemblies to create OEM mechanisms that move car windows up and down.

Carlex was able to take advantage of Mills Products’ fully integrated inline roll forming process to minimize part handling and reduce costs. Besides window components, Mills’s inline sweep rolling and arc rolling enable it to create other complex metal automotive parts such as chassis components, side impact beams, bumpers, and decorative trim.

“We’re thrilled to be a supplier for Carlex,” says Darrell Adcock, President at Mills Products. “Not only are they doing exciting work for a number of top automotive brands, but they are based right here in Nashville, Tennessee. We especially enjoy working with fellow companies located in the Southeastern United States.”

Visit to learn more about Mills Products’s experience applying its roll forming, hydroforming, and tubular stamping expertise to develop quality metal parts for Tier 1 automotive suppliers.

About Mills Products Incorporated

Mills Products is a leader in the metal fabrication industry with a reputation for producing superior parts and making existing components stronger, lighter, and more economical. A turnkey metal fabricator with facilities in the U.S. and Mexico, Mills offers hydroforming, tubular stamping, roll forming, and finishing services. An industry leader since 1945, Mills Products was the first metalforming manufacturer to utilize hydroforming technology for appliance manufacturing. The company continues its legacy of creative innovation today from its headquarters in Brentwood, Tenn.


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