Anyone within earshot of a machine shop, these days, knows that there’s one major, industry-wide challenge: filling skilled labor positions. At Swiss-Tech, we’re taking a proactive approach to solving this dilemma by partnering with Gateway Technical College for CNC training. Finding Skilled Workers in a Tight Labor Market One of […]
We have some very exciting news to share; we’re growing! Swiss-Tech is an established provider of quality, precision, CNC machined components, and our operations continue to expand. This means adding talented professionals to our team, and our most recent addition is Inside Sales Representative, Kayla Oehrke. Hired in February of […]
What does it take to be an innovative industry leader? At Swiss-Tech, we believe it starts with consistent identification and forecasting of potential issues for our customers, so we can invest in long-term solutions. A great example of this is our newly acquired image measurement system – the Keyence IM-7020. […]
Is employee safety at the top of your company’s priority list? We believe it should be. This means more than simply creating a safety policy but also implementing a company-wide safety program to engage workers, educate them on laws and regulations, and make the top workplace safety practices second nature. […]
As we began 2017, the Swiss-Tech team started the year with a full bar coding technology implementation project. While it kicked off as a corrective action project, it quickly turned into a company-wide continual improvement plan impacting many areas from receiving raw material to the shipment of finished goods to […]
Swiss-Tech, LLC has developed a deliberate culture as an enabler for future growth and success. The following illustration defines our “DNA” that is accepted and embraced by all of our team members. We remind all of our employees about “our house” every quarterly town hall meeting.
A Swiss-type lathe is a turning center that was initially developed for the Swiss watch industry in the late nineteenth century. These machines gradually evolved to turn other small, complex, precision parts. Unlike conventional lathes where the part is stationary and the tool moves, a Swiss-type turning center allows the […]