Baltimore Metal Fabrication

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About Baltimore

The largest of our focus market areas, Baltimore MD is a strong market for metal fabrication, contract assembly, contract manufacturing, and contract fabrication for over 60 years.

Baltimore, MD, has the highest population in the state of Maryland, with over 585,000 residents. Long used by Native Americans for hunting grounds, Baltimore, MD, was established as a town by Europeans in 1729. The city is named after Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore, an Anglo-Irish member of the Irish House of Lords and founding proprietor of the then Province of Maryland, which became the seventh state in the Union in 1788.

Baltimore was the capital of America for a few months during the Revolutionary War, from late 1776 to early 1777. During the War of 1812, in 1814, the important Battle of Baltimore took place and during the famous Siege of Fort McHenry the Star-Spangled Banner was composed by Alan Keys.

The iconic Inner Harbor, a popular landmark, stands as a testament to the city's maritime heritage. We are proud to extend our services to the Baltimore area and beyond it serves as a thriving hub for many industries. The iconic Inner Harbor is a renowned waterfront attraction that not only draws tourists but is also home to an energetic business community covering many industries.

DL Martin is invested in the Baltimore area due to its strong business base which utilizes our contract manufacturing, contract fabrication, metal fabrication, and contract assembly services by which they provide products for end-users. Baltimore's strategic East Coast location makes it an ideal operational base for manufacturers with a wide range of clientele. The city's industrial landscape also makes it an exceptional environment for businesses seeking growth.

Baltimore remains a major shipping port within Chesapeake Bay and has been for over 100 years. Baltimore is home to memorable museums such as the Walters Art Museum, For McHenry, and the American Visionary Art Museum. Many residents and visitors enjoy activities such as sailing or catching a baseball game at Oriole Park.

To learn more about manufacturing, fabrication, and assembly services for businesses in and around Baltimore, MD, or beyond, contact us today at (717) 328-2141.