Profiles

Crissair

Crissair serves tier one and tier two aerospace companies with its products, including valves.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor, Knighthouse Media

Not many can say that their products are used on virtually every airplane platform in the world, but Crissair Inc. can. “It’s a pretty good position to be in,” President Mike Alfred declares.

Based in Valencia, Calif., the company manufactures high-quality, aircraft fluid control components, including valves, actuators, hydraulic manifolds, solenoid valves and pumps, and counts The Boeing Co., Airbus, Lockheed Martin and other tier one and tier two aerospace companies among its clients. “We are on nearly every aircraft platform that flies,” he says.

Fullerton

Fullerton Tool is a leader in solid carbide cutting tools and maintains this with investments in its operation, team and growth.

By Staci Davidson, Managing Editor, Knighthouse Media

In today’s manufacturing environment, the companies that tend to succeed above the rest are dedicated to quality, maintain a high level of service, innovate products that best meet customers’ needs and understand that continuous improvement will keep all of this in line. Fullerton Tool Company checks all of these boxes and more – the family owned organization is committed to manufacturing in the United States, and by maintaining a world-class operation, the company has a base of thousands of loyal customers.

Daifuku

Daifuku and Jervis B. Webb Company celebrate milestone anniversaries and look to the future.

A global material handling systems manufacturer and integrator, Japan-based Daifuku focuses on streamlining logistics in the manufacturing, distribution and service sectors.

Daifuku and one of its subsidiaries, Jervis B. Webb Company, are looking forward to an exciting future. Daifuku celebrated its 80th anniversary last year. Novi, Mich.-based Webb Company is also nearing a milestone anniversary. Founded in 1919, it will celebrate its 100th anniversary this year.

CAID 9960

CAID Automation helps manufacturers solve complex problems with automated robotic systems.    

By Kat Zeman, Senior Editor, Knighthouse Media   

When it comes to innovative solutions for challenging manufacturing processes, CAID Automation has mastered the art of designing and building automated robotic systems.

Tucson, Ariz.-based CAID Automation, a division of CAID Industries, solves complex manufacturing problems for a wide variety of industries that include medical, aerospace and defense and energy and renewables.

Syntron

Syntron Material Handling invests in equipment and implements lean processes to build a solid foundation upon which to grow.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor, Knighthouse Media

Born out of the legacies of Link-Belt Company and Syntron Company – two of the most powerful brands in the industry – Syntron Material Handling goes to market with confidence in the quality, durability and reliability of its bulk material handling equipment. “We don’t compromise on quality and that’s what our brand strength is riding on,” President and CEO Andy Blanchard says. “Every industry has the Home Depot model of ‘good, better, best’ and we play in the best and better.”

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