Our commitment to quality, lean manufacturing and continuous improvement makes our supplier relationship with Precision Engine Controls mutually beneficial and gratifying,” said QCMI CEO Bob Grande.
Santee, CA (PRWEB) January 18, 2012
Quality Controlled Manufacturing, Inc.(QCMI), one of the nation’s leaders in complex machined components and assemblies, is pleased to announce an agreement with Precision Engine Controls Corp. (PECC), a Hamilton Sundstrand company, to provide complex precision machined parts. The components and assemblies are used in PECC’s manufacturing of industrial turbine digital control systems, fuel valves, guide vane actuators and electric start systems.
Based in San Diego County, QCMI specializes in the precision machining of all metals including exotic alloys using Six Sigma methodology and lean manufacturing principles. QCMI received the prestigious United Technologies Corporation (UTC) Supplier Gold award for the last three years. QCMI meets rigorous supplier excellence criteria in both quality and delivery, as required by Hamilton Sundstrand companies. In addition, QCMI is ISO9001/AS9100 registered, Nadcap accredited and ITAR registered.
Precision Engine Controls Corporation (PECC), founded in 1968 as Spasors Corporation, originally specialized in aircraft instrumentation equipment. After a number of acquisitions and a rich manufacturing history, in 1992 it became known as Precision Engine Controls Corporation. ISO 9001 certified since 1997, PECC meets other stringent product certifications such as PED and ATEX. In 2007 PECC was acquired by Hamilton Sundstrand Corporation as an operating unit of UTC. Currently PECC provides controls, valves, and actuators to manufacturers of industrial gas turbine engines, such as Honeywell, Kawasaki, GE- Oil and Gas, Rolls-Royce and Solar Turbines.
“As a UTC Supplier Gold company, QCMI, is able to align and link their entire value stream around our performance metrics. Their proven capability to provide precision machining to the exacting specifications and tolerances of our complex parts was key to our decision to choose them as a preferred supplier,” said PECC Supply Chain Manager, Marc Turgeon.
“Our commitment to quality, lean manufacturing and continuous improvement makes our supplier relationship with Precision Engine Controls mutually beneficial and gratifying,” said QCMI CEO Bob Grande. “Combining our two companies’ more than 75 years of rich manufacturing history, makes for a highly successful customer-supplier connection.”
About Quality Controlled Manufacturing, Inc.
Emerging as one of the nation’s leaders in complex machined components and assemblies, QCMI was founded by Bob Grande in 1978. The San Diego County manufacturing firm has three facilities totaling over 98,000 sq. ft. and employs 96. QCMI is ISO9001/AS9100 and ITAR registered and Nadcap accredited. QCMI produces components with complex shapes, contours, exacting tolerances and stringent quality requirements. Services include: CNC turning, milling, and grinding; conventional machining; welding; EDM; fabrication; inspection, non-destructive testing (NDT), next higher assembly and supply chain management. For more information about QCMI visit http://www.qcmfginc.com.
About Precision Engine Controls Corporation
San Diego-based Precision Engine Controls Corp. (PECC) is a leading manufacturer of advanced technology for industrial turbine digital control systems, fuel valves, guide vane actuators and electric start systems. As a Hamilton Sundstrand company and an operating unit of United Technologies Corporation, PECC has access to advanced product technology and ongoing research and development. For more information, visit http://www.precisioneng.com.