Pennsylvania's Precision Finishing Holds Groundbreaking For New Facility

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Precision Finishing Inc. second & third generation family members: (left to right) Jeff Bell, Jeffrey Bell, Dean Bell and Thom Bell.


Precision Finishing in Sellersville, Pennsylvania held a groundbreaking ceremony in July 18 for a new building site to start a new chapter in the company’s history.


The new building site will be located at 1800 AM Drive in Quakertown. The new building will be approximately 40,000 sqft. which more than doubles the current office, manufacturing, and warehousing space in the Sellersville location. The company is planning a move in time frame during the winter of 2017.


In 2015, Precision Finishing Inc. celebrated 60 years of success. The company has been on a growth path and needed to expand and upgrade the entire Sellersville operation.


The company started as a small chemical company and tumbling job shop, in a chicken coop with five employees in Sellersville. Tumbling work of transistor radio parts for AT&T in Allentown forced founder Jack Bell to add plating services in the 1960s.


Over the last five years additional business technology was added including tele-sales and e-commerce. In 2014 the third generation of family entered into the business and now the company is moving into new purpose-built facility in 2017.


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