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PCC CEO Named Executive of the Year

Precision Custom Components, LLC (PCC) President & CEO, Gary C. Butler, P.E. has been named Executive of the Year by the Central Penn Business Journal.  In its announcement following an awards dinner in Harrisburg on November 8, 2011, the Journal stated that "he demonstrated incredible leadership, brought forth creative ideas and instilled confidence among the management team and other employees" and that leading the company during this challenging economy into a robust and growing enterprise "is truly a testament to Butler's vision and perseverance.”

Precision Custom Components was also winner of the Central Penn Business Journal's Company of the Year award in 2010 and Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in 2009 and 2010.

PCC is a manufacturer of custom equipment for the defense, power generation, nuclear, energy, and process industries. For over 130 years, the company has been providing large equipment with challenging welding, machining, and quality requirements. Its 11 acre facility in York, PA has manufactured everything from submarine and aircraft carrier components to pressure vessels and other specialized equipment for nuclear power plants, food processing, chemical plants, and the National Laboratories, some weighing over 450 tons. More information is available at www.pcc-york.com.

 

 

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PCC Named to Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies

Precision Custom Components, LLC (PCC) has been named one of the “Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies” in Central Pennsylvania by the Central Penn Business Journal. Gary Butler, PCC’s President and CEO stated, “We are pleased to have achieved this honor during these challenging economic times. It is the direct result of the trust placed in PCC by our customers which enables the hard work and creativity of our highly skilled employees and suppliers to be recognized.”

David A. Schankweiler, CEO/Publisher at Central Penn Business Journal commented, “During this tough economic time, companies in the area are hard at work trying new approaches and reinventing themselves. … The best part is that they are achieving success despite the odds.”

PCC is a manufacturer of custom equipment for the defense, power generation, nuclear, energy, and process industries. For over 130 years, the company has been providing large equipment with challenging welding, machining, and quality requirements. Its 11 acre facility in York, PA has manufactured everything from submarine and aircraft carrier components to pressure vessels and other specialized equipment for nuclear power plants, food processing, chemical plants, and the National Laboratories, some weighing over 450 tons. More information is available at www.pcc-york.com.

 

 

   

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ASME Renews PCC’s Pressure Vessel Certifications

This month, the American Society of Mechanical Engineer (ASME) renewed Precision Custom Components’ (PCC’s) certification to manufacture pressure vessels. As has been the case for several decades, PCC will continue to be certified under Section VIII of ASME’s Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Divisions 1,2, and 3, to retain its U, U2, U3, and R stamps for another three years.

PCC is one of only three fabrication companies in the U.S. and one of 14 in the world to receive ASME Section VIII Division 3 certification to manufacturer large, ultra-high pressure vessels rated at pressures over 10,000 psi. Other certifications PCC holds include ASME Section III, Division 1 & 3 and MIL-Q-9858 with QRC82.

PCC’s capabilities are supported by its narrow groove welding capability and 4 MeV X-ray facility that enables radiography of welded components up to 15 inches thick. Full in-house services provided include engineering, drafting, inspection, non-destructive testing, metallurgical testing, and welding development. PCC is one of few companies able to make customized fabricated pressure vessels, reactors, spent nuclear fuel casks, and heavy walled components requiring highly specialized large-scale machining, welding, and fabrication

 

   
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Clark E. Fisher Memorial Award

Precision Custom Components (PCC) is pleased to announce that the initial recipient of the Clark E. Fisher Memorial Award is Matthew D. Ruth. Matt is currently employed by Harley Davidson and is a full time student at Penn State York. Matt is a sophomore majoring in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology (EMET).

The Clark E. Fisher Memorial Award is presented to a full time engineering student at Penn State York who has exhibited excellence in his/her field. The Fisher award is an endowed award, to be given in perpetuity in Clark’s name.

In his lifetime, Clark was a Penn State engineering graduate employed by PCC for 26 years working as an Engineer, Proposals Manager and most recently Program Manager of Military Government Business Unit. Clark was a Penn State parent and a dedicated Penn State volleyball fan who coached and mentored his two sons throughout their volleyball careers. Additional information on Memorial Fund contributions may be found at Clark Fisher Memorial Award.

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PCC Collaborates With Renewable Energy-related Businesses to Form PENNERGY SOURCE

Precision Custom Components LLC has associated with Pennergy Source (www.pennergysource.com), a one stop shop for virtually any energy related equipment and system. Pennergy Source has brought together the diverse resources of the manufacturing companies throughout South Central Pennsylvania. With more than 350 member companies within The Manufacturers’ Association of South Central Pennsylvania (MASCPA), Pennergy makes manufacturing sourcing easier, quicker, and more cost-effective for Wind, Nuclear, Geothermal, Biofuels, Solar, Hydro-electric, and Energy Efficient Lighting projects anywhere in the world.

One of the many companies collaborating as a renewable energy equipment manufacture for Pennergy Source is Precision Custom Components. PCC’s capability to manufacture large custom equipment up to 600 tons, with complex welding and machining requirements, tight tolerances, and robust QA procedures makes PCC widely known for its fabrication of specialized energy industry equipment. In the 275,000 sq. ft facility, PCC manufactures large pressure vessels; specialty equipment for government and commercial nuclear industries; and biofuels, solar, and other renewable energy equipment. For further information on PCC, visit the website at www.PCC-York.com
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