HISTORY OF CASS PRECISION MACHINING
Lester E. Cass started Cass Precision Machining in 1945 in downtown Minneapolis, with a belief that customer service should always be a top priority. We started as a small, single-machine shop and have grown into a ﬁve building campus in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.
Since our very beginning we’ve delivered high-quality machined parts on time and at a fair price. It’s our emphasis on customer service, however, that’s allowed us to grow into not just a Midwestern machine shop, but a player in the global market, with customers across the USA and parts shipped all over the world.
In order to serve such a wide variety of clients, we’ve invested in the latest technology to stay nimble in how we provide service to our ever-changing customer needs. We believe it’s our ability to “go the extra mile” for our customers that has led us to span so many miles across the globe to provide our services.
Cass Precision Machining has continued to grow over the years, adding more machines and more operators to meet the demands of our customers. We are now a manufacturing company that offers Swiss Machining, CNC Machining, Screw Machining and Finish Grinding. We also provide value-added services including: anodizing, finishing, heat treating, light assembly, plating, shot peening, warehousing, custom packaging and more.
Customer satisfaction is our number one priority at Cass Precision Machining!
Since 1945, one thing that hasn’t changed at Cass Precision Machining is our belief in hiring the right people. We’ve put together a dedicated and passionate staff—from our President and office staff to everyone on our manufacturing floor. We invest heavily in our staff and treat them like members of our Cass family. The result is low turnover, longevity and high productivity.
WE ARE ISO 9001:2008 COMPLIANT
SETTING THE STANDARD IN QUALITY
It’s a legacy that a lot of hard-working people have invested in to make us who we are. We would love the opportunity to work with you and hope you pick Cass Precision Machining as your manufacturing company. You’ll be glad you did.