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K&H Precision’s New Year’s Resolutions

January 8, 2013

k&hHappy New Year from all of us here at K&H Precision! As is common this time of year, we have been busy looking ahead to the new year and creating company resolutions for 2013. Although there are a variety of goals we would like to accomplish, they all have one fundamental tie—we hope to have a bright year in which we strengthen our services and capabilities, ensuring continued high quality work. How do we plan on achieving this? Here are just a few of our 2013 goals:

  1. Fortify high quality: We are proud to be ISO 9001:2008 certified, and we plan on delivering stringent quality products in the new year.
  2. Work on quality management systems: One way we can ensure high quality service is by having a strict quality management system in place. We plan on coordinating with customers more directly, and giving them more of an open look at our processes. In wanting our customers to have more of a hands-on view of the project, we will be allowing them to come in and see the project through the production process with the chance to critique the work and provide additional ideas. Can’t make it to the office? We can hold teleconferences to ensure you’re still seeing your project firsthand!
  3. Enhance customer service: At the end of the day, we want all of our customers to be happy with our work. In order to guarantee the highest level of customer service, we will be streamlining our processes and operations.
  4. Offer new machining capabilities: We are excited to announce that we are bringing a new high speed machining center into our facility. This machining center has extended Y travel, high speed processing capabilities, therefore is better suitable for more complicated surface machining resulting in a more accurate surface much faster. This addition brings us to 16 machining centers for fast turn around tooling and machining.

We are excited to see what 2013 has in store for K&H Precision, and we hope it’s another year of growth in the manufacturing industry. What are your resolutions?

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