Northern Precision Products is a precision manufacturer of high quality CNC and screw machine parts that cuts, mills and forms metal alloys into tier one and tier two parts to exacting IATF 16949 quality standards.
Operating out of a 33,000-square-foot facility in LeRoy, Michigan, Northern Precision Products provides a zero-defect guarantee coupled with 100 percent on time delivery. Its customers have less money tied up in inventory, lower costs and value-added feedback on part design and ordering.
“As a Northern Precision customer, you can expect: Quicker time-to-revenue for new components; Our support in satisfying your customers and growing your revenue; Becoming more competitive with your OEMs and improving your margins; Less inventory investment & management, carrying costs and risk,” Northern Precision said on its website.
As part of its commitment to quality control and continuous improvement, Norther Precision Products offers advanced product quality planning, first piece inspection, statistical process control, measurement system analysis, final inspection and part certification.
Northern Precision Products uses laser and digital cameras for part inspection, including an extensive gage inventory that is maintained and inspected to the IATF 16949 quality standard.
Northern Precision Products, which now employs 40 people, was founded in 1985 to provide power train sensor housings to tier 1 and tier 2 automotive parts suppliers.
Northern Precision lists five qualities that set it apart from its competitors. Those are its zero-defect guarantees, 100 percent on time delivery with a flexible production schedule, low supply costs for light brass, conventional CNC and mid-volume orders. It also offers stable pricing and value-added feedback on part design and with ordering practices, the website said.
Northern Precision is committed to continuous improvement of its purchasing practices, its tools, its production and shipping practices, and to employee involvement and customer communications. This commitment includes continually upgrading machines and the company’s inspection practices.
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