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GS3 team members are creators, innovators, engineers and solutions experts who guide your project through each step of the development and manufacturing process.

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Preferred Tier One producer of integrated automotive assemblies

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Advanced Manufacturing

Engineered solutions to simplify design to ensure manufacturability.

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CNC Bending

Comprehensive CNC tube and small wire bending capabilities

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Engineering

Innovative engineering solutions for manufacturing clients

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FUTURE THINKING

GS3’s long-term vision includes an active pursuit of new ideas and services. We build consultative partnerships with our customers, envisioning innovative products and solutions, together. In our advanced manufacturing prototype lab, our expert team then designs, tests and brings these ideas to life. The future of transportation, consumer electronics and virtual enhancements is limitless. Join us for the ride.

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We’re known as award-winning problem solvers, a manufacturing design team producing unique components for various industries and leading innovation conversations for the next generation. 

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6 months ago
GS3 Global

To conclude our celebration of Black History Month, we honor the legacy of Freedom’s Journals, the U.S. first African-American newspaper founded by a group of free black men living in New York on March 16, 1827, the same year that slavery was abolished in New York. Samuel Cornish and John B. Russwurm served as editors. The journal offered regional, national, and international commentary and with news that could serve to both entertain, educate and combat racist commentary published in mainstream press. In March 1829, the paper ceased publication. ... See MoreSee Less

To conclude our celebration of Black History Month, we honor the legacy of Freedom’s Journals, the U.S. first African-American newspaper founded by a group of free black men living in New York on March 16, 1827, the same year that slavery was abolished in New York. Samuel Cornish and John B. Russwurm served as editors.  The journal offered regional, national, and international commentary and with news that could serve to both entertain, educate and combat racist commentary published in mainstream press.  In March 1829, the paper ceased publication.
6 months ago
GS3 Global

In celebration of Black History Month, today we honor the life and legacy of an architect, Paul R. Williams. Williams was the first black architect to become a member of the American Institute of Architects in 1923 and in 1957 he was inducted as the AIA’s first black fellow. To accommodate white clients who would not or could not sit next to him, he developed the skill to draw upside down. He is known for Hollywood glamour, designing more than 2,500 homes and commercial buildings in Los Angeles. His signature hallmark is the luxurious curving staircase. ... See MoreSee Less

In celebration of Black History Month, today we honor the life and legacy of an architect, Paul R. Williams. Williams was the first black architect to become a member of the American Institute of Architects in 1923 and in 1957 he was inducted as the AIA’s first black fellow. To accommodate white clients who would not or could not sit next to him, he developed the skill to draw upside down. He is known for Hollywood glamour, designing more than 2,500 homes and commercial buildings in Los Angeles. His signature hallmark is the luxurious curving staircase.
6 months ago
GS3 Global

Today, in celebration of Black History Month, we honor the life and legacy of Thornton and Lucie Blackburn. The pair escaped slavery into Canada by way of Detroit. The couple settled in Toronto and founded Toronto’s first taxicab company, which they named “The City.” Incidentally, they were the cause of Detroit’s first race riot in 1833. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, in celebration of Black History Month, we honor the life and legacy of Thornton and Lucie Blackburn. The pair escaped slavery into Canada by way of Detroit. The couple settled in Toronto and founded Toronto’s first taxicab company, which they named “The City.” Incidentally, they were the cause of Detroit’s first race riot in 1833.
6 months ago
GS3 Global

Today, in celebration of Black History Month, we honor the life and legacy of an American businessman, Reginald Lewis. In 1987, Lewis purchased Beatrice International Foods for $985 million, renaming it TLC Beatrice. Reporting revenue of $1.8B in 1987, it became the first black-owned company to have more than $1B in sales. At its peak in 1996, it reported sales of $2.2B. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, in celebration of Black History Month, we honor the life and legacy of an American businessman, Reginald Lewis. In 1987, Lewis purchased Beatrice International Foods for $985 million, renaming it TLC Beatrice. Reporting revenue of $1.8B in 1987, it became the first black-owned company to have more than $1B in sales. At its peak in 1996, it reported sales of $2.2B.
6 months ago
GS3 Global

Today, in celebration of Black History Month, we honor the life and legacy of an entrepreneur, Charles Richard Patterson. Patterson founded C.R. Patterson & Sons Carriage Company, the first and only black-owned automobile manufacturer. The Patterson-Greenfield car made its debut in 1915. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, in celebration of Black History Month, we honor the life and legacy of an entrepreneur, Charles Richard Patterson. Patterson founded C.R. Patterson & Sons Carriage Company, the first and only black-owned automobile manufacturer. The Patterson-Greenfield car made its debut in 1915.