The trade magazine Manufacturing Technology Insights named Atmore-based Muskogee Technology as one of its Top 10 Defense Solutions Providers in the November issue.
Muskogee Technology is one of the non-gaming enterprises of the Creek Band of Poarch Indians.
The company, which employs 87 workers, specializes in advanced metal fabrication and composites cutting for engine parts. Most of its work is in aerospace, but it also serves the oil and gas sector.
“Muskogee Technology continues to show excellence in highly competitive markets such as defense manufacturing,” said Cody Williamson, president and CEO of company parent Creek Indian Enterprises Development Authority
In the May issue of Manufacturing Technology Insights, Muskogee was also named one of the magazine’s Top 10 Machine Tool Solution Providers.
Besides Muskogee Technology, CIEDA’s portfolio of non-gaming companies includes PCI Aviation and PCI Support Services, both based in Atmore, Huntsville-based Media Fusion and the $241 million OWA amusement park near the Gulf coast.
The gaming enterprises of the Poarch Band include casinos in Atmore, Montgomery and Wetumpka, as well as Nevada, the Caribbean islands of Aruba and Curacao, and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.