Acme serves its customers as their reliable manufacturing partner throughout the lifecycle of their most critical parts.
Acme’s team of professionals works closely with our customers to add value as a strategic business partner from delivering best-in-class engineering services, supply chain management, machining, and logistics.
In each case we seek to relate stories of our past success that improved outcomes for customers, and has been critical in establishing the credibility of our promise to take customers Beyond Precision. See how Acme has helped clients from across industries save capital and drive revenue.
When an ACME customer introduced a new product family into the market, it found that demand far exceeded capacity of the supply base. Our customer knew that a substantial amount of additional business could be generated if availability of the product family could be increased.
A manufacturer of large fluid handling equipment was moving a suite of valve castings from one foundry into another as part of a strategic initiative to launch a new product. Critical to the process were the rapid transfer of patterns and the launch of new patterns.
An OEM that produced very large equipment machined its own complex, precision parts, but realized that although it had a world-class product it did not have a world-class machining operation.
A start-up company offering high-pressure flow control equipment used in oil and gas applications had to develop a strategy for manufacturing its products.
A customer in the Oil and Gas industry seeking to capitalize on a high-potential market opportunity came to Acme to develop and manufacture a complex, high precision product that needed exceptional speed-to-market in order to capture a $24 million sales opportunity.
An OEM customer was limiting its growth because it was focused on maintaining its current parts and was not able to apply enough time to new parts and projects.
Veterans in the oil and gas industry wanted to launch a new company providing service parts for that industry.
An existing customer was encountering problems procuring a peripheral piece of equipment that was required for shipment with their own product.
Many of Acme’s customers encounter cost pressures as they strive to stay competitive in their markets. Since most OEM’s products have more than 50% of their costs generated by the material, parts, and assemblies they purchase, they are very dependent on their supply chain to not only control their costs, but also find cost reductions that can be shared.