6/13/2014 | 1 MINUTE READ

Precision Punch Celebrates 50 Years of Service

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The company looks forward to developing personalized solutions to customers' needs in the future.


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What does it take for a company to survive and thrive for half a century? It takes Precision Punch’s commitment to the manufacturing of standard and customized punches, dies, core pins, mold pins, perforators, tool blanks and specialty tooling for the tool, die, mold and medical industries. On June 16, 2014, in Berlin, Connecticut, Precision Punch celebrated its 50th anniversary.

In 1965, the small, family-owned business began by giving what their customers needed: high-precision stock punches. Since then, by making the time to hear what the customers had to say and learning from them, the company has developed extensive product lines and custom manufacturing capabilities.

Even during tough economic times, when other tooling component manufacturers struggled, Precision Punch continued to invest in modern equipment. Today, in its 44,000-square-foot state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, specially trained engineers and machinists carry on the tradition by responding to customers’ needs for products that range from basic parts to the most precise and demanding specifications.

Still proudly owned by an American with all parts made in America, Precision Punch continues its commitment to setting industry standards. The company incorporates the principles and practices of lean manufacturing, and employs the tools and methodologies of Six Sigma to deliver optimum value to every customer.

President and CEO Bob Peterson looks forward to further learning and increased growth over the next 50 years.