About Worthington Industries
At Worthington Industries, you’re part of a team that puts people first. We follow a Philosophy rooted in the Golden Rule, treating people the way we want to be treated. Here, we value the unique and diverse contributions of each employee and believe in the inclusion of all voices, knowing our differences make us better. From our competitive compensation –See all 3 Worthington Industries photos
News & Updates
August 20, 2021
This past June we announced the acquisition of Shiloh’s U.S. BlankLight® business, expanding the capacity and capabilities of our laser welded products joint venture, TWB Company, LLC, and adding additional blanking capacity to our Steel Processing business. We are glad to welcome approximately 200 new employees to the Worthington family and proud to be able to continue meeting the growing demand for tailor welded blanks and lightweight technology. Check out the link below for the whole story!
Worthington Industries: Makers of Better
Makers Of Better
When John H. McConnell founded Worthington Industries in 1955, it was because he believed there was a better way to process steel. But just as importantly, he believed there was a better way to run a business: by the Golden Rule. His goal was to make a better product for his customers while making a better life for his employees and shareholders. Over six decades, the company has grown into a $4 billion global organization, often recognized for its people-first philosophy. It’s always been about relentlessly finding new ways to drive progress. And while new tools, processes and market needs have changed, the core of what makes us Worthington hasn’t changed at all. At Worthington Industries, we’ve always been, and will always be, makers of better.
Industries We Serve
We serve nearly every market in every sector with our expertise and manufacturing capabilities.
To express our appreciation for our own front line employees, fellow coworkers from across Worthington Industries came together virtually to share a message.