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The company manufactures precision metal springs, stampings, formed wires and custom metal products to clients including Boeing, Raytheon, Northrup Grumman and Woodward.
The California-based company began in 1957 but moved its manufacturing to Idaho in 2007. Though now a perfect fit for the company, President Jim Glenn said the move to Idaho came with major challenges.
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كتب دراسة جديدة Then came the Great Recession of 2008. By the spring of 2009, business reduced 35-40 percent through the summer which was the initial shock of the downturn. They finished the year with a small loss.
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مسابقات خيار ثنائي “The day of the tour, the customer came out to the manufacturing floor to the machine that was running his parts. He found a box, painted black with two holes on either side and placed over the machine. The wire was going in one hole and springs were popping out the other hole.”
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http://www.divestit.com.au/?parasyk=software-binary&bbc=2b software binary Titan Spring Inc. employs 28 people and is located at 11679 N. Warren Street in Hayden. Telephone: (818) 755-3800. www.TitanSpring.com for more information.
For more information about North Idaho College’s Idaho Small Business Development Center, visit www.NIsbdc.com or call (208) 655-5085.