GROVE, Okla. — Precision Aerospace has begun an expansion of its manufacturing facility. This marks the 10th expansion at this location, which celebrated its 50th anniversary this past year, according to company officials.
The new facility will be fully operational by February 2016. It is designed in a modular fashion to allow for “fast track” future expansions as the company continues to grow, company officials noted.
This expansion will house a number of CNC hard metal, as well as aluminum, machining centers.
The expansion also will lead to a “significant amount of new jobs” in the local community, company officials added.
Precision Aerospace is a family owned business that provides structural components, kits and subassemblies to the aerospace, defense, and general aviation industries. The business was established by Tommy Caudill under the name Precision Machine & Manufacturing Company in 1964. Today the company employs more than 200 people at its locations in Grove and Owasso, Oklahoma.