Here at Kremin Inc. we take great pride in our processing and quality management systems. With customer compliance and overall company health in mind, we proudly hold the following certifications; ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and AS9100 (certification in process). All three certifications carry their own specific value which is beneficial to our customers, vendors and employees alike.
The Okuma MULTUS B250II is the ideal combination of mill-turn operations, with lathe, vertical, or horizontal machining center and material-handling operations consolidated into one machine. Projects that require multiple operations are perfect for this machine. The MULTUS reduces processes due to its milling and turning capabilities. It requires fewer setups than your traditional turn and mill projects. Everything is done on one machine. It also saves on floor space due to the numerous operations it can perform. It truly is a one-stop machine. With fewer setups, work station transfers and less “down time”, Kremin can offer competitive lead times as well as competitive pricing.
Congratulations to our co-op student, Sara Aldrich, who earned a scholarship from Great Lakes Bay Manufacturers’ Association. She will be starting at Kettering University in the fall pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering.
We are excited to be moved in and settled into our new manufacturing facility. There was a tremendous amount of work put in by our employees and contractors to get us to this point. We are looking forward to 2015 in the new location. We would also like to thank the MEDC for their assistance on our project – you can see more about it on the Pure Michigan Business website.
SAGINAW TOWNSHIP — A Saginaw County company is proving that there are still success stories in U.S. manufacturing.
As the precision machine shop Kremin Inc. prepares to celebrate its 30th anniversary in November, the company has announced plans to expand, more than doubling its staff of 23 during the next two years.
Mike Grossi and his business partner, Bryce Moe, purchased Kremin in November 2010. At the time, it was operating as a detail shop with 11 employees. They saw an opportunity.
“Really with the vision of growing an advanced-manufacturing business,” Grossi said. “We saw the need in the area for another high-performance, high-precision machine facility.”