QCMI Celebrates 32nd Anniversary

SAN DIEGO, CA November 22, 2010 — Quality Controlled Manufacturing Inc. (QCMI) celebrated its 32nd anniversary on October 25, 2010. QCMI was founded in 1978 by Bob Grande. The San Diego County precision manufacturing company has grown to include two manufacturing facilities totaling over 92,000 sq. ft. with nearly a million hours of machining capacity.

Award-winning QCMI specializes in providing the full spectrum of machining services from general to complex precision machining of all metals including exotic alloys. Some of the industries QCMI manufactures components for are aerospace, power generation, Department of Defense (DOD), oil and gas, marine and heavy equipment. While the Southern California manufacturer continues to build its customer base, QCMI has been doing business with some customers for over two decades. QCMI’s implementation of lean manufacturing and Six Sigma philosophy has contributed to the foundation that has enabled the company to continue to grow even when the overall industry slowed.

“When I founded QCMI in 1978, our goal was to become a world-class complex machining manufacturer,” said Bob Grande, QCMI president and CEO. “Reaching this 32 year milestone is a dream come true for our management team and employees.
When the rest of our industry was cutting back, we have kept moving forward year after year. Achieving UTC Supplier Gold status for 2008 / 2009 has certainly been a highlight in our three decades in business.”

About Quality Controlled Manufacturing Inc. (QCMI)
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 employs 68. QCMI is a UTC Supplier Gold supplier, ISO9001/AS9100 registered and Nadcap accredited. Award-winning QCMI specializes in the precision machining of all metals including exotic alloys. 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; engineering; R&D; aging/annealing; non-destructive testing (NDT); assembly and supply chain management. QCMI has a vast supplier base to support any additional manufacturing needs.

For more information about QCMI visit www.qcmfginc.com.

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