The company was founded as Titan Metals in Bellfonte, PA by William P. Seig. The original product produced was a single large-diameter brass rod.
Titan Metals expanded into hot-pressed brass forgings, pressure die-castings, screw machining, and general machining operations.
Titan Metals was acquired by the Cerro de Pasco Corporation, an American-owned company specializing in international mining, milling, and fabrication of non-ferrous metals.
1963: Name Change
Titan Metals changed its company name to the Cerro Copper and Brass Company.
1976: The Marmon Group
Cerro was acquired by the Marmon Group, a successful industrial holding company based in Chicago, IL. The company’s name was also changed to the Cerro Metals Company.
1979: Weyers Cave
Cerro began a brass forging and machining operation in Weyers Cave, Virginia, a small town in the beautiful Shannandoah Valley, where our operation continues to this day.
Cerro acquired Accurate Forgings, who has operations in Brave, PA as well as Bristol and West Hartford, CT.
Cerro consolidated our operations into two primary facilities, Brave, PA and Weyers Cave, VA, under the name Cerro Fabricated Products.
2004-2008: New Markets
Cerro reshaped our product offerings from plumbing fittings and valves to a broad set of niche component offerings for the firearms, oil and gas, PPE, power sports, and electrical markets.
2008: Berkshire Hathaway
The Marmon Group was acquired by Berkshire-Hathaway, one of the world’s most successful investment firms, run by famed investor Warren Buffett.
Cerro Fabricated Products makes a major investment in state-of-the-art machining centers to expand our services, which now include forging, machining, and assembly. CFP is now a unique, full-service fabrication operation.