Aztec Manufacturing Corporation Inc

Aztec Manufacturing Corporation Inc

15378 Oakwood Dr, Romulus, MI 48174, United States

AboutAztec Manufacturing Corporation Inc

Aztec Manufacturing Corporation, a minority owned organization, was established in Ecorse, Michigan on September 4, 1983. Aztec began producing machined forgings and castings for the Ford Heavy Truck Division in 8000 sq. ft. of leased space. In September 1988, Aztec moved to their current location in Romulus, MI. The building consisted of 20,000 sq. ft. of mfg and warehousing plus 2,500 ft. of office space. Today we have over 80,000 sq. ft. of mfg and 5000 sq. ft. of office space. In addition to our main manufacturing facility, Aztec also has a second facility, a 42,000 sq. ft. building located in Fowlerville, MI. The building was built for Aztec and is currently being used for additional warehousing but could also be used for manufacturing if required. Our current facility is located near three major freeways (I-275, I-94, and US-23) and within 10 minutes of Detroit Metropolitan Airport. We currently employ 60+ people. Our largest customers are: Ford Motor Company, Toyota, and Dana.

Core Values

  • Encourage teamwork because, "together we can"
  • Change is perpetual, embrace it!
  • Respect one another
  • Expanding your skills and contributing more is expected.
  • Diversity adds value.
  • Creating a positive work environment starts with health and safety


Aztec has recently acquired equipment that’s considered to be some of the latest manufacturing technology available on the plant floor today. Innovative flexible machining centers combined with robotic interface has increased quality and productivity without adding cost. Utilizing this strategy will result in increased value to our customers while allowing us to respond to engineering changes faster than before. Improving the way we do business in a changing environment is the key to our success. The latest product development tools are being used to insure that the parts are designed for manufacturability and durability. The results of this approach are shorter time to market, optimized design and improved quality.