History


1986 CENTRAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY (CMC) INCORPORATED AS A JOINT VENTURE BETWEEN CMW, HAYES-LEMMERZ, AND TOYOTA TSUSHO
1988 FIRST STEEL WHEEL PRODUCED
1989 CENTRAL LIGHT ALLOY (CLA) ESTABLISHED
1990 FIRST ALUMINUM WHEEL PRODUCED
1993 TEN-MILLIONTH WHEEL PRODUCED
1995 ISO 9002 CERTIFICATION
1996 HAYES-LEMMERZ SELLS ITS OWNERSHIP IN CMC
2000 CMC AND CLA MERGE, FORMING “CENTRAL MOTOR WHEEL OF AMERICA, INC” dba CMC/CLA
QS 9000 CERTIFICATION
2001 50 MILLIONTH WHEEL PRODUCED
2002 CLA (ALUMINUM DIVISION) EXPANDED BY OVER 62,000 SQ. FEET
2003 CLA (ALUMINUM DIVISION) FURTHER EXPANDED BY OVER 130,000 SQ. FEET
ISO 14001 CERTIFICATION
2005 STEEL DIVISION GAINS FULL-FACE AND 18″ WHEEL CAPABILITY
ALUMINUM DIVISION EXPANDS TO 6,000 PCS/DAY AND GAINS 22″ CAPABILITY
TS 16949 CERTIFICATION
2007 CMC/CLA CHANGES OPERATING NAME TO CMWA
2009 FIRST LEXUS BRAND ALUMINUM WHEEL PRODUCED
2012 FIRST WIDE VENT STEEL WHEEL PRODUCED
2013 ALUMINUM DIVISION EXPANSION TO 8,000 PCS/DAY