Rossville, GA

Rossville, GA Facility

Roller Die + Forming is a company that has produced custom roll formed parts for more than 85 years. We serve clients from all around the world including the United States, Mexico, and Canada. Our Rossville roll forming facility has 90,000 square foot and is equipped to take on any roll-forming job that is necessary. But what exactly is roll forming and how can your company benefit from it?


With the use of roll forming, your company will have access to different types of metal components that it might need while keeping the purchase of these parts affordable. Our Rossville plant has the capability of producing large amounts of strong metal components to any specifications that you require. In the roll forming process, sheet metal is passed through rollers. Each one of the rollers has contact with the passing metal and gives it shape. These rollers work together, giving you the desired cross sections. This process is consistent and easy to repeat; this makes the roll forming process the best possible way to produce a lot of metal components.

Roll forming in Rossville is not the easiest thing to do, but at Roller Die + Forming, it is something that we love doing. We have many different types of customers from all types of industries and helping our clients get what they need is rewarding to us.

Our Rossville roll forming plant produces parts for companies in different industries including:

  • Appliance – Parts that maintain and keep commercial and residential appliances operating properly
  • Heavy Truck – Parts that help keep heavy trucks working properly and running, as they should
  • Bus – Parts that help buses running for a long time, as they should
  • Automotive – Parts that help keep automobiles or any vehicle running properly
  • Office Furniture – Parts that help restore furniture and help keep office furniture from wearing down
  • Lighting – Parts used in the lighting industry to keep lights working
  • Solar – Parts to help keep energy harnessing products working correctly

Processes Utilized:

  • Roll Forming
  • Progressive Die Stamping
  • Welding
  • Bending
  • Powder Coating
  • Mechanical & Electro-Mechancial Assembly

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