Since my start in the tool and die trade in 1979, a lot has changed. The years of working in this industry have been a time to build experience, and to me that's one of the most important aspects of being in business. Listening to my customers explain their manufacturing problems and needs is very important, too. Above all else, honesty is number one.
If you are a factory manager that has to keep equipment running, an engineer or designer with an idea or project that needs built, a purchasing agent always under the gun to find a better vendor who can make parts to specification and on time, or a dreamer - like myself - who needs custom parts, please contact me and let's get your goals met!
"I have worked with Jim as a fellow employee for several years and most recently in a business-to-business relationship. I have found his work to be superior and his prices to be competitive. The value received and the working relationship have always been very high. Equally important he is a man of integrity and his company reflects that as well."
Steve Rhoads, Director of Operations
Watlow Electric, St. Louis, MO