Newcomb Spring Corp., a supplier of custom springs and metal forms, announced that it has completed the purchase of Pelham Precision Spring Co., which was located in Greer, SC. Existing orders and customers will now be served by Newcomb Spring’s North Carolina facility. Newcomb Spring of North Carolina will also absorb Pelham Precision Spring’s equipment, tooling and technologies.
“This acquisition increases Newcomb Spring’s customer base and gives us a lot of opportunity,” said Keith Porter, Jr., General Manager at Newcomb Spring of North Carolina. “Pelham Precision Spring has served an extensive list of customers during its time in operation, including some of the country’s top hardware supply companies. It also has exceptional CNC and automated coilers, as well as machinery capable of accurately grinding wire up to .187” in diameter. We are excited to add these technologies to our existing array of modern manufacturing equipment.”
Newcomb Spring is comprised of nine facilities located in the United States and Canada. Newcomb Spring of North Carolina serves customers throughout North and South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia as well as the Eastern and Mid-Atlantic states. As one of the country’s largest spring and metal forming companies, Newcomb Spring’s diverse manufacturing, quality control and secondary capabilities expand the services available to Pelham Precision Spring customers.
“Newcomb Spring has supplied Pelham Precision Spring with many parts over the years. Our companies share the same values and commitment to our customers,” said Doug Harju, General Manager at Pelham Precision Spring. “With this acquisition, our customers will continue to receive the same outstanding products and services they have been accustomed to.”
With more than a century of experience, Newcomb Spring is dedicated to producing the highest quality springs, wire forms and stamped metal parts for virtually every application.
“We are committed to providing Pelham Precision Spring customers with the very best products and services and we look forward to meeting all of their metal forming needs,” Porter added.