Custom roll formed and stamped products


Traverse City Products is an industry leader in custom roll formed and stamped metal products.  Looking for a manufacturing partner? We are ready to listen.

Your One-Stop Manufacturing Partner

Since 1982, Traverse City Products has been providing our partners with high quality, American made products. Our in-house engineering and tooling departments allow TCP to collaborate with our partners from product inception through to delivery.


Our 50+ team members provide partners with a start to finish manufacturing process.



Our Traverse City, Michigan facility is ISO 9001:2015 compliant and will be IATF certified by 2022.



We specialize in a wide array of custom roll forming, stamping, and finishing capabilities for the automotive, office furniture, access flooring, conveyor systems, and transportation industries.


  • Roll Forming
  • Stamping
  • Welding
  • Assembly
  • Custom Sweeps
  • Stretch Bending
  • Taping, Flocking, Felt


  • Cold / Hot Rolled Carbon Steel
  • Stainless / High Strength Steel
  • Galvanized / Pre-coated Material
  • Aluminum
  • Copper
  • Brass


  • E-Coat
  • Zinc Plating
  • Powder Coat
  • Plastisol Dip
  • Wash and Seal
  • Black Oxide

Custom, quality, and proudly made in the usa 

For nearly 40 years, the TCP team has forged lasting relationships with top manufacturers in the automotive, furniture, glass, and flooring industries.

Featured Processes

We made a name for ourselves as a roll forming and stamping company. As our partners needs evolved, we naturally expanded our capabilities into welding, fastening, and value-added operations.

Custom Rolled Parts

Stamped Parts

Welding and Fastening

Value Added Opperations

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of machines do you use?

Roll Mill

We have fourteen 1.5 inch roll mill lines and four 2 inch roll mill lines.


We have six stamping presses from 100 to 800 tons with up to 60 inch x 108 inch bed size.

Welding and Fastening

We have eleven resistant welders and one robotic welder.

How long has TCP been around?

Traverse City Products was founded in 1982 as a metal supplier to the automotive and office furniture industries.

Can you help with emergency sourcing?

Traverse City Products has a long history of being there to help when a customer has supply issues. We have taken over tooling from a troubled supplier to protect our customer’s supply chain. Our team is ready to do it again. Contact us if you are at risk of a supply chain disruption. 

Where is TCP located?

TCP is short for Traverse City Products. As our name suggests, we are located in Traverse City, Michigan. Traverse City is a small but highly sought after community in northern Michigan where the quality of life is important. Our air is clean, the water is pure and we strive to protect the environment.

Is TCP ISO or IATF certified?

Yes. We are ISO 9001:2015 and IATF 16949;2016 certified for roll formings, metal stampings, weldments and assemblies for automotive and other applications.

Besides forming structural metal, do you also form decorative metal?

We have an extensive background in the metal forming industry. We create structural and decorative metal products for our partners. Our manufacturing capabilities include roll forming, stamping, welding, and various assembly processes. 

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Trusted partners

Why Choose TCP


TCP is a tier 2 supplier for many of the largest auto manufacturers in the world. We have the experience to handle your challenging products. 

Relationship Based

We form meaningful long-lasting relationships with our partners. We are in it for the long haul and treat our partners the same way.

A One-Stop Shop

Our in-house engineering and tooling departments allow TCP to collaborate with our partners from product inception through delivery.

Custom Projects

We specialize in finding a custom solution for your metal manufacturing and fabrication needs.

Proudly Made in the USA

Ready when you are

With 50+ team members, TCP is ready to take on your custom roll formed, stamped, or metal fabrication project.