Manufacturing Companies Made in South Florida

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The manufacturing industry in South Florida may not receive the accolades or attention of the technology sector, but it certainly is holding its own in terms of economic impact.

South Florida Business & Wealth formed a new relationship with the South Florida Manufacturers Association to bring you our first list of manufacturing companies. The firms listed represent 3,607 South Florida jobs – and that is just a fraction of this market sector.

There are many, very different, products fabricated in our backyard. Things like grommets, washers and metal eyelets are produced by the billions at one firm. One plant’s output is over 2 billion aspirin per year. Other products include surgical instruments, aviation equipment, umbrellas, vitamins & other pharmaceuticals, glass & mirrors, apparel, bus bars, foam insulation, cargo restraints, injection molded plastics and electronic motor controls.

These products are sold to businesses nationwide and abroad. Check the company websites to see all of their offerings. The list of manufacturing companies is ranked by South Florida employees, then by number of total employees. If both numbers are equal for two companies, ties are listed alphabetically.


The Nature’s Bounty

851 Broken Sound Parkway,
Suite 100, Boca Raton 33487

Website: naturesbountyco.com

S. Fla. employees: 502

Total employees: 4,000

Product most produced: Vitamins

Top local executive:

Dean Bordner



2900 N.W. 35th St., Miami 33142

Website: tuuci.com

S. Fla. employees: 435

Total employees: 500

Product most produced: Umbrellas

Top local executive: Tom Parker


Trividia Health

2400 N.W. 55th Court,
Fort Lauderdale 33309

Website: trividiahealth.com

S. Fla. employees: 400

Total employees: 670

Product most produced: Blood glucose monitoring system

Top local executive: Scott Verner

Trividia Health, Inc., based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is a leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of diabetes monitoring and management products. The company offers a portfolio of high-quality blood glucose monitoring systems and diabetes management products co-branded under the TRUE brand and store brand names, to the world’s leading pharmacies and distributors. Trividia Health is dedicated to developing self-testing equipment to improve diabetes management at the best value to consumers while taking costs out of the healthcare system.  For more information, please visit: www.trividiahealth.com


Terumo Aortic

799 International Parkway,
Sunrise 33325

Website: terumoaortic.com

S. Fla. employees: 270

Total employees: 310

Product most produced:
Aortic stent grafts

Top local executive: Paul Kuznik


Dometic Corp.

2000 N. Andrews Ave.,
Pompano Beach 33069

Website: dometic.com

S. Fla. employees: 250

Total employees: 3,500

Product most produced:
Marine air conditioning

Top local executive: Ned Trigg


Interplex Sunbelt

6690 Hiatus Road, Tamarac 33321

Website: interplex.com

S. Fla. employees: 219

Total employees: 13,100

Product most produced: Automotive, bus bars

Top local executive: Bill Nieboer



1515 S.W. 13th Court,

Pompano Beach 33069

Website: stimpson.com

S. Fla. employees: 208

Total employees: 214

Product most produced:
Metal eyelets

Top local executive: Scott Thomas


ACR Electronics

5757 Ravenswood Road,
Fort Lauderdale 33312

Website: acrartex.com

S. Fla. employees: 156

Total employees: 321

Product most produced: Emergency location transmitters

Top local executive:

John T. Nguyen


KB Electronics

12095 N.W. 39th St,
Coral Springs 33065

Website: kbelectronics.com

S. Fla. employees: 150

Total employees: 190

Product most produced:
DC motor controls

Top local executive:

Thomas Dalton


Atlas Sign Industries

1077 Blue Heron Blvd.,
West Palm Beach 33404

Website: atlasbtw.com

S. Fla. employees: 140

Total employees: 270

Product most produced: Signs

Top local executive:

Anthony Lado


SHL Pharma

588 Jim Moran Blvd.
Deerfield Beach 33442

Website: shl.group

S. Fla. employees: 121

Total employees: 4,000

Product most produced: Auto injectors for pharmaceuticals

Top local executive:

Peter Noolandi


5th and Ocean Clothing LLC

590 W. 83rd St., Hialeah 33014

Website: neweracap.com

S. Fla. employees: 120

Total employees: 135

Product most produced:
Knit tops

Top local executive:
David Helmburg


PL Developments

10400 N.W. 29th Terrace,
Doral 33172

Website: pldevelopments.com

S. Fla. employees: 85

Total employees: 85

Product most produced: Aspirin

Top local executive:
Ramon Torres


Interglass Corp.

6550 N.W. 82nd Ave.,
Miami 33166

Website: interglasscorp.com

S. Fla. employees: 70

Total employees: 70

Product most produced: Glass

Top local executive:

Miguel Juliao


Dyplast Products LLC

12501 N.W. 38th Ave.,
Miami 33054

Website: dyplastproducts.com

S. Fla. employees: 65

Total employees: 70

Product most produced: Expanded polystyrene

Top local executive:
Ted Berglund


MSK Precision Products

10101 N.W. 67th St.,
Tamarac 33321

Website: mskprecision.com

S. Fla. employees: 65

Total employees: 65

Product most produced: Swiss turning

Top local executive: Scott Betz


Print Basics

1061 S.W. 30th Ave.,
Deerfield Beach 33442

Website: printbasics.com

S. Fla. employees: 45

Total employees: 45

Product most produced: Offset digital products

Top local executive:

Lisa Tanner



1956 W. Ninth St.
Riviera Beach 33404

Website: aircompressionworks.com

S. Fla. employees: 43

Total employees: 43

Product most produced: Compressed air systems

Top local executive: Ed Schaet


Fiplex Communications

2101 N.W. 79th Ave.,
Miami 33122

Website: fiplex.com

S. Fla. employees: 40

Total employees: 60

Product most produced: Telecommunication equipment

Top local executive: Bo Marley


Hoover Pumping Systems

2801 N. Powerline Road, Pompano Beach 33069

Website: hooverpumping.com

S. Fla. employees: 35

Total employees: 35

Product most produced: Irrigation pump systems

Top local executive:
Donna Hoover


Bee Access Products

2145 Indian Road,
West Palm Beach 33409

Website: beeaccess.com

S. Fla. employees: 30

Total employees: 31

Product most produced: Suspended scaffolding platforms

Top local executive:
Tom Dejong


Iscar GSE Corp.

1182 N.W. 159th Drive,
Miami Gardens 33169

Website: iscar-gse.com

S. Fla. employees: 30

Total employees: 30

Product most produced: Aviation equipment

Top local executive:
Israel Carruyo


Mold & Tool

1701 W. Cypress Creek Road, Fort Lauderdale 33309

Website: paramountmold.com

S. Fla. employees: 27

Total employees: 28

Product most produced: Injection mold plastics

Top local executive:
Andrew Shelton



6600 N.W. 21st Ave,
Fort Lauderdale 33309

Website: ebway.com

S. Fla. employees: 23

Total employees: 23

Product most produced: GRIPflow metal stampings

Top local executive:
Catherine Bennett


Concept II Cosmetics

8881 N.W. 13th Terrace,
Doral 33172

Website: conceptiigroup.com

S. Fla. employees: 20

Total employees: 22

Product most produced:
Body mist

Top local executive:
Andrea Cid


ADI Metal

2930 S.W. Second Ave.,
Fort Lauderdale 33315

Website: adimetal.com

S. Fla. employees: 18

Total employees: 18

Product most produced: Aluminum, stainless steel parts

Top local executive:
Betsy McGee


Biorep Technologies

15804 N.W. 57th Ave,
Miami 33014

Website: biorep.com

S. Fla. employees: 18

Total employees: 18

Product most produced: Surgical instruments

Top local executive:
Felipe Echeverri


NT of America

10204 USA Today Way,
Miramar 33025

Website: ntofamerica.us

S. Fla. employees: 12

Total employees: 12

Product most produced:
Tie down straps

Top local executive:
Alfonso Ospino



3830 S.W. 30th Ave.,
Fort Lauderdale 33312

Website: govcomm.us

S. Fla. employees: 6

Total employees: 10

Product most produced: Highway cameras,
arterial monitoring

Top local executive:
Craig Waltzer


LOC Pump &
Equipment / Tuffskid

2697 S.E. Delamar St.,
Stuart 34997

Website: tuffskid.com

S. Fla. employees: 4

Total employees: 7

Product most produced: Chemical feed equipment

Top local executive:
Charles Lowell

Source: Company representatives

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