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CMTC serves an extremely diverse and dynamic California manufacturing community. Our Customer Stories focus on our clients and the vital manufacturing functions they provide.
Since 1972, Wahlco has served as a leader in the international air pollution control market. However, the lack of ISO 9001 registration and certification was impacting their clientele. That's when the company turned to CMTC.
Your taste buds might be familiar with Golden Island Jerky Company. Based in Rancho Cucamonga, California, this third-generation, family-owned and operated business produces more than 20 varieties of beef and pork jerky snacks with delicious flavors from all around the world. In 2011, Golden Island was experiencing a hyper-growth period and called on CMTC to meet its new demands.
From high schools and educational facilities to offices and emergency centers, Stolo Cabinets creates quality cabinets, countertops, casework and millwork for a wide range of locations. For more than 40 years, the Brea, California-based manufacturer has used state of the art machinery and high-tech software to produce top quality layouts for its diverse group of clients.
For more than five decades, Nursery Supplies, Inc. has been a manufacturer of plastic containers for the wholesale nursery industry. Today, the organization is seen as a global leader in the field and is the only manufacturer fully dedicated to the industry. Its Orange, CA location opened in 1976 and currently employs 30 workers who execute blow molding, injection molding and large-scale thermoforming manufacturing processes.
Empowering caregivers of special needs children is an important task, and that’s just what Convaid does on a daily basis. Located in Torrance, California, Convaid has been a manufacturer of folding wheelchair structures since 1976.
Johnson Precision Products, founded 40 years ago, develops products to manage the deburring process. Deburring is the finishing process which removes ragged edges or shavings, called burrs, on metal after it has been machined through welding or molding. Based in Santa Ana, CA, the company’s capabilities include turning, milling and deburring aerospace parts which range in dimension from the size of a fingernail to a coffee can.
Luminit is a global provider of innovative light management solutions for the lighting, display, biomedical and machine vision industries. From reading lights in airplanes and dashboard lights in automobiles to concert lighting for some of your favorite performers, the manufacturer’s optics and Light Shaping Diffusers (LSD) are used for numerous applications.
From albums and binders to puzzles and folding cartons, American Graphic Board, Inc. manufactures some of the products we use in our everyday lives. In the beginning of 2011, American Graphic Board made it a priority to expand its business. The company requested CMTC’s assistance to work with them on product innovation, financing, continuous improvement initiatives and cost reduction projects.
Whether you’re attending a live concert or watching an action movie, your experience is going to depend on the sound. When consumers need their music, noise or voice amplified in a quality manner, they turn to QSC Audio Products.
If you’ve driven over manholes and bridges, or past highway barriers or soundproofing walls, then you’ve probably encountered products made by U.S. Concrete Precast Group.
If you've ever been to a National Coffee Chain and snuck yourself one of those delicious Peanut Butter Mini Cupcakes, then your taste buds are quite familiar with Ne-Mo's Bakery.
Chromatic Inc., Lithographers, a printing company, is writing an exciting new chapter for their business. Faced with dramatic shifts in their industry, the 30-year-old company took stock of their business and devised a plan that is helping them thrive in their rapidly changing corner of the marketplace.
Although Accurate Dial has always maintained strong relationships with their clients, a significant challenge arose that threatened their ability to serve their customers. Erin Dyer, Quality Control Manager for Accurate Dial, dates the beginning of this challenge back to 2002. “An organization had called us up and asked us to obtain ISO9001/AS9100 certification,” she recounts. ISO9001/AS9100 is a quality management standard for the aerospace industry.
When it comes to quality, Steve Dively says his company aims extremely high. The Vice President of Dicronite® Southwest keeps a photograph of the Mars Explorer Rover in his Covina, California office to remind him that the manufacturing marvel was built using Dicronite® Southwest’s Dry Lubricant coating process.
Like many other manufacturers in the Golden State, Dramm and Echter Inc. was presented with a major challenge: the economic downfall. The roadblocks appeared extremely difficult to overcome - a volatile market together with a staggering local economy and rising energy costs all led to struggles with profitability.
D’Addario’s signature reeds are made from imported cane grown and harvested in its plantations in Argentina and France. The cane is trimmed, broken down into small pieces, and then the “splits” or sections are sent to Sun Valley, CA. There they are milled using equipment that measures each minute detail of a reed's cut.
To meet the most stringent manufacturing requirements in the industry, Henry “Hank” Brown knew that the manuals and procedures in his electroplating facility had to be more automated. The president of Electronic Precision Specialties also knew that a certification from the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program equaled happy customers.
Some workplaces are teeming with office conflicts that can damage morale and thwart productivity. But conflict resolution training isn’t really necessary at Omega Precision®, an award-winning high-precision machine shop that makes parts for everything from aircraft to space planes. The Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operations Officer are brothers. A bulk of the staff is related by blood or marriage. Ninetyyear-old Joe Venegas, who founded the familyowned company in 1965, often stops into the Santa Fe Springs, CA plant for lunch.
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