For over 80 years, Seco has developed the tools, processes and services that manufacturers turn to for maximum profitability. Throughout our history, we have continuously led the charge to develop new technologies to address the ever-changing demands faced by manufacturers.
Today, Seco employs nearly 5,000 employees across more than 45 countries. Our dedication to constant improvement and building strong partnerships with customers has provided us with substantial growth, allowing us to invest even more
substantially in your success. Through acquisitions and internal research and development, we have assembled a comprehensive product offering that can take your competitive advantage to new heights.
The Seco Way describes not just how we do business, but how we guarantee your success. These general principles guide how we apply the whole of our global resources to overcoming the unique challenges you face.
Totally committed to your success, Seco works as your partner to combine our tooling and application expertise with your extensive knowledge of your own processes to achieve the best possible solutions.
Seco constantly strives to improve our products and services, looking for new and innovative ways to add value to your operations and exceed your expectations.
As part of a truly global company, your local Seco representative represents a literal world of resources dedicated to supporting your operations and overcoming your unique challenges.
The North American Headquarters
Located in Troy, Michigan; what began as General Electric and then evolved into and flourished as Carboloy, is now the North American hub of Seco, a global leader in cutting tool manufacturing. At the facility, the state-of-the-art technical center is equipped with top-of-the-line machinery and the Distribution Center features an automated storage and retrieval system.
For over 30 years, Seco has manufactured world-class cutting tools in the United States. Our facility in Lenoir City, Tennessee produces a variety of milling cutters, turning tools, indexable insert drills and custom tooling solutions. These products not only boost the productivity of US manufacturers, but are exported to other regions of the world as well. Recently, the Lenoir City plant also became the first Seco facility in the world to integrate a solar installation to reduce its environmental footprint.