2016 Sales Exceed Expectations at GPI

December 20, 2016 – Global Precision Industries (GPI) is pleased to announce that they have exceeded their sales goal for 2016, by increasing 22% from 2015.  The original goal for 2016 was to increase sales by 12%, which GPI almost doubled.  This year, GPI has added 4 new customers, while launching multiple new programs, ranging from power train and engine components for Subaru along with Ford F-150.  Diversification goals were…

Lathe Department Growth

August 16, 2016 – GPI has purchased another lathe, to help with the increasing customer demand. So far this year, GPI has launched multiple new production programs and begun PPAP for new programs, starting in 2017. GPI has seen an increase in all departments, over the course of 2016. This year GPI has purchased more than 6 CNC machines, in the horizontal milling and lathe departments. GPI has also hired…

GPI Managing a New Automotive High Volume Project

January 14, 2016:  Global Precision Industries has completed the final stages of PPAP approval for a new automotive, high volume project and will be starting production in Spring 2016.  Over the past year, GPI has worked on purchasing new capital equipment, developing new processes, validating raw material sources & outside subcontractors, in order to manage an entire project for their automotive OEM customer. GPI will be performing the final CNC machining at their…

GPI Featured in the Democrat & Chronicle

There was a point while working for a Perinton manufacturer that Mark Wheeler and Robert Nuccitelli Jr. looked at each other and thought, “We could do this.” So 10 years ago, they cashed in what savings they had to buy large-scale production equipment and opened Global Precision Industries in a small facility on Mount Read Boulevard. They hired an employee to help out during the day while initially keeping their…

Large Machining Growth

Global Precision Industries has successfully launched a new Cylinder Jacket program, in our large CNC machining department.  The Cylinder Jacket, consists of 3 different sized bores, at a total length of 14″ throughout the main cylinder, all of which have a tolerance of ±.002″. This is GPI’s first program launch in their newly renovated large machining department.  This summer, GPI has been working on installing and calibrating 3 additional Mori Seiki…