Merritt Academy Robotics - Cyberstangs

Dominion is a sponsor of the Merritt Academy Cyberstangs. The Cyberstangs is a robotics team with a goal of spreading the word of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and building an amazing robot. The team has been preparing for various competitions over the past few months. The Cyberstangs put up fierce competition during their first meet, and ended up winning the District Championship in March. In the following weeks, the team competed in a second district competition. The team advanced to the semi-finals. Cyberstangs’ rankings in these two competitions qualified the team for the state competition. This is the first time the team has qualified for the state competition. Congratulations Cyberstangs!

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MFG Day 2018

On October 5th, Dominion hosted students from Eastpointe High School for MFG Day. MFG Day addresses the misperceptions about manufacturing by giving manufacturers an opportunity to open their doors and show, in a coordinated effort, “what manufacturing is” and “what it isn’t.”

Students were given interactive, hands on tours of Dominion’s manufacturing facilities. The goal of this event is to get students excited about our industry because this initiative is very important to the future of these students, Macomb County, and the long-term sustainability of Dominion Technologies Group.

Dri-Tec International

Dominion Technologies Group, Inc. is pleased to announce the acquisition of Dri-Tec International.

Dri-Tec was founded in 1970.  For over forty-five years Dri-Tec has served the converting industry as a world class supplier of high performance Flexographic Printers, Coaters and Laminators, Enclosed Doctor Chambers, Automatic Unwinds and Rewinds as well as high efficiency Drying Systems. Our PC based software is highly reliable with integrative solutions, is modular and aids in streamlining all or individual processes. With a wide range of functionality and features, it also has full diagnostic capabilities.

Dri-Tec equipment is designed to perform efficiently and economically. All equipment is quality constructed, operator friendly and easy to maintain. Dri-Tec also offers a full line of auxiliary equipment for all of your converting needs. We can provide Single, Dual or Turret Unwinds and Rewinds with Manual, Drop Splice or Fully Automatic Flying Splice capabilities. A wide array of additional equipment such as Position Dancers, Turn Bars and Driven Nip Assemblies can also be built for any requirement needed.

Dri-Tec’s manufacturing philosophy of robust mechanical design, quality components and simplicity of design along with Dominion’s goal of the continual growth of the company through sustainability, innovation, and excellence, will help ensure the overall quality and safety of the automotive and packaging industries. Therefore, the end-user can have peace of mind that the product they are using has been built with our commitments in mind.

Dominion Technologies Group Family Day

Dominion Technologies Group’s Family Day was a huge success! Employees and their families enjoyed many activities throughout the day, including a very special guest Detroit Piston’s Announcer Greg Kelser. There was also a Corn-hole Tournament, Free-Throw Contest, and the crowd favorite Dunk Tank. All money raised from these events went to support Shriners Hospitals for Children, and the Veterans Hospital in Detroit. The DTG Car Show was also a success, having more cars this year, plus a drag racer! Dominion wants to thank all the employees and their families for their continued support in making Dominion the best company possible.

Thanks to All

Dominion Technologies Group would like to thank everyone for attending the Auburn Hills location open house. Below are some photographs from the day.

DTG Special Recognition

Dominion Technologies Group is proud to announce receiving the Career Technical Education Business Partner Award from the Macomb Intermediate School District for the contributions to Macomb County Career Technical Education Programs and for sponsoring Manufacturing Day 2017.

We are already looking forward to Manufacturing Day 2018 and our continued support for the Macomb County Career Technical Education Programs!

DTG Headquarters Gets a New Look

We have recently given our headquarters a new look. We wanted to create an environment, not only for our employees, but also for our customers that promoted an environment of teamwork, learning, and creativity. 

Our new look includes:

  • New Lobby
  • New Conference Rooms
  • Updated Offices
  • New Main Level

Stayed tuned for future improvements to our facilities. 

New Dominion Facility


Dominion Technologies Group, one of the world’s leading suppliers of final line tooling and equipment for the automobile manufacturing industry, is pleased to announce the opening of our newest state-of-the-art, Advanced Controls Engineering and Technical Center in Auburn Hills, Michigan. The addition will expand Dominions’ controls and software engineering capabilities, while positioning Dominion to better serve our customers.

“With the new location, we will be able to enhance the presence of Dominion Technologies and position the company for future growth in high-tech software design for our existing products and future automation needs from all sectors of manufacturing,” said Ed Lashier, CEO and President of Dominion Technologies Group.

The new Auburn Hills facility will be Dominions’ fourth location globally, joining the Roseville Headquarters, the Essex, England Manufacturing Center opened in 1996, and the Beijing, China Manufacturing Center opened in 2008. The new Auburn Hills facility will focus on controls and software engineering, while the Dominion headquarters will continue to focus on mechanical engineering and manufacturing.

“Our immediate goal is to add controls and software engineers to our team,” said Doug Doyle, General Manager of Dominion Technologies Group. “Our company is expanding at an exponential rate, the Auburn Hills facility is an example of this, but more importantly the new facility will make Dominion better located to serve our customers, while expanding our capabilities.”

“The new location will help Dominion produce more accurate and on-time designs,” said Ken Vallis, manager of the new facility. “I am excited to be a part of the progression of Dominion, and I cannot wait to exceed our customers’ expectations with the new facility.”

Stay tuned as we continue to update you on the progression of Dominions’ newest facility.