At Wiley Metal, we often get comments about our “Midwest” values and work ethic. We simply see it as part of our job to perform metal fabricating services to the best of our ability. It is in our nature to conduct business in a friendly, respectful and honest manner. It’s hard for us to imagine our metal fabrication business any other way. We prefer to refer to it as “Hoosier Hospitality” in homage to our Indiana roots.
What Does Hoosier Hospitality Mean to Us?
Hoosier Hospitality means giving it your best with every client. It means viewing these clients, not just as customers, but as partners. It means being proactive in assisting these partners to find a better way to make a product or part. It is helping them build their business and improve their bottom line. In many cases, it involves working hand-in-hand with them from concept through reality. It involves going the extra step as part of our daily routine.
It is one of the reasons we are proud of our involvement in OEM Manufacturing. To be selected as an OEM manufacturer means these special partners recognize our ability to fill their needs by meeting exacting standards with consistency and quality. We feel these companies are telling us “You know, if we COULD manufacture this part ourselves, this is exactly how we would do it.” That is a huge compliment. It is not one we take lightly.
Supplier of the Year
We feel Hoosier Hospitality has played a big part of the Wiley Metal Team winning the Wabash National “Supplier of the Year Award”. This is the fourth year in a row we have been so honored. It is particularly gratifying winning the award from a company who knows Hoosier Hospitality so well themselves.
An Attitude of Gratitude
Hoosier Hospitality also means being grateful, and this is the perfect season for it. We are grateful first for all of our terrific client/partners. We are thankful for their faith and trust in us and so very grateful for their continued support. We are grateful for our suppliers who provide us with the quality materials we need, every day, to fill the orders from our wide-ranging clients. We are thankful for those of you who have given us the opportunity to bid on a project or work on a concept even if it didn’t work out…this time. We are also profoundly grateful for our family, friends and co-workers who have been with us through each step.
In this season of giving thanks, we want to take a moment to step back. With simple, humble, Hoosier Hospitality, we say “Thank you”. We wouldn’t be where we are at without you.