Cleveland City Forge
In 1864, Cleveland City Forge was established to primarily manufacture parts for the marine industry. By the late 1920's, the product line was expanded to include clevises and turnbuckles for the growing construction market. Since its beginning, Cleveland City Forge has made a commitment to quality. Recognizing this, ASTM in search of industry standards, worked with Cleveland City Forge in the early 1950's to develop these for clevis and turnbuckle forgings. These standards are still in place today. Cleveland City Forge has grown to be a major supplier in the industrial fastener industry. The product line today consists of clevises, turnbuckles (with fittings), eye nuts, eye bolts, upset to plain threaded rods, pad eyes, yokes and rod ends. Product is available in carbon, alloy and stainless steel. Finish options include self-colored, galvanized, plated and electro-polished. Cleveland City Forge has the capabilities to thread product UNC (standard or fine) and metric. The ability to offer these products in a full range of custom and standard sizes and combine them to create complete assemblies, has enabled us to supply a wide variety of applications and markets. Projects range from new construction to renovations. Some of the most recent domestic projects include the Boston Tunnel (Boston, MA), Jacob's Field (Cleveland, OH), and the airport expansions in New York, Cleveland and Detroit. Internationally, components have been supplied for nuclear power plants in China and Japan, the Toronto Convention Center, and Vancouver Airport.