Founded in May of 1999 in Sparks NV, Precision Metals Inc. established itself as a leader in manufacturing.

 

Precision Metals Inc. focused from the very start on hard work, dedication  and team work to establish an excellent reputation for customer service, quality and quick turn. The family business has grown since its start and added different capabilities to the business in order to satisfy customer demand.

 

Giving back to the community.

 

Precision Metals Inc. has participated in a variety of charity events.  We pride ourselves in helping give back to the community.  We are especially proud of our participation and hole sponsorship for the "Moms on the run" golf tournament.

 

Recognition for Helping Others.

 

Precision Metals Inc. was contracted by the department of defence to help supply armor plating to the military in the middle east.  Precision Metals Inc. was proud to help our military out and ran 24 hours a day 7 days a week in order to complete the contract early.  Precision Metals was recognized for their effort with a congressional award along with a flag flown over the capital building.

 

Conflict Minerals Policy

 

Policy Statement:
Precision Metals Inc. is committed to social and environmental responsibility in our activities as well as within our supply chain. In addition to our commitment, we must meet regulatory obligations in addition to specific customer requirements when flowed down to us. On August 22, 2012, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission released the rules for section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. These rules require U.S. publically traded companies to trace the Tantalum, Tin, Tungsten and Gold in their products through the supply chain, and disclose whether they came from "conflict mines" in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Although Precision Metals Inc. is not publically traded, our intention is to comply with these rules as a part of our community responsibility. We also want to be responsive to many of our customers that are publically traded. The Electronics Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) and the Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) have created a conflict Minerals Reporting Template as a common means to collect information on the source of Tantalum, Tin, Tungsten and Gold. This template is being widely used across the Electronics industry. The template, training materials, and additional information can be found at 
www.conflictfreesmelter.org.  Precision Metals Inc. is using this template for our internal due diligence activities and reporting to our customers. This template is available for customer review on the following link:. Precision Metals Inc. conducted an exhaustive due diligence process which included the identification of materials or minerals of concern in our products, as well as the identification and communication with the applicable suppliers, which is now complete. Our template was updated using the Rev 3.01 EICC template with the latest supplier information in July, 2014