To our Valued and Respected Customers and Suppliers:
We are pleased to announce that effective April 2nd, 2019 New Dimensions Precision Machining has been acquired by Northfield Holding LLC joining manufacturing partners Northfield Industries and D&N Machining.
This is a very exciting event for our companies, employees, suppliers and customers. This new partnership will broaden our manufacturing capabilities and will provide additional resources for expansion.
New Dimensions and Northfield share the same values and philosophies for doing business: Providing world class quality products, with an emphasis on honesty, integrity and customer service.
New Dimensions’ founders, Marty and Nancy Halwix, are stock holders in Northfield Holdings and will continue their current roles in New Dimensions’ daily operations.
How does this change effect you? New Dimensions will continue to move forward under the same management & leadership team. You will not experience any significant operational changes however you will see additional equipment for continued growth and reduced lead times.
If you have any additional questions regarding this new alliance, please contact us and we will follow-up appropriately.
New Dimensions Precision Machining, a leader in CNC machined products, is proud to announce it has been Re-certified to ISO 9001:2015 standards following an audit by Bureau Veritas Certification North America, a leading global independently accredited certification body. The ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Standard is the internationally recognized standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS) and is the most widely used standard in the world.
New Dimensions receipt of ISO 9001:2015 certification signifies the company’s quality management system follows internationally recognized processes in order to deliver an effective product regarding the Precision CNC Machining of Prototypes and High Volume Production for all Industries.
“This achievement is the result of years of dedication to continuous improvement, perfecting of processes and the ultimate goal of exceeding our customers’ expectations,” said Marty Halwix, CEO of New Dimensions. “Along the way we have exceeded our own expectations. This certification is not easily achieved. I am so proud of what our team has built here! We have set ourselves up for years of future success.”
New Dimensions is a contract machine house with a specialization in the fluid power industry. Our companywide goal is 100% customer satisfaction, continuous improvement and employee involvement to ensure future success for our customers and the company.
New Dimensions focus and commitment to quality now includes a ZOLLER digital tool measuring and inspection machine. New Dimensions measures tools to two-thousandths of a millimeter — quickly, simply, accurately and guaranteed! Accuracy means less waste, less CNC machine down time and the best quality products in the market.
In today’s demanding environment, this shop proves how automation has never had so much potential to transform a business.
Today, customers do less annual forecasting. They reduce inventory in favor of just-in-time (JIT) delivery. They do not combine shipments and they want all of their parts in small batches. This makes the need for quick turnaround urgent, with continued pressure to keep pricing low. In this environment, automation has never had so much potential to transform a business: it puts shops in the driver’s seat to lower their costs, increase throughput and improve quality as market conditions continue to change. New Dimensions Precision Machining, Inc. (Union, LI) knows that flexibility is the key to handling this sort of environment, and they’ve discovered how to efficiently meet these demands by moving toward a fully automated production operation. Read More!
May 18th, 2016 – Competitive Production Magazine Vol 13.1
“Automation has never had so much potential to transform a business. It puts companies in the driver’s seat to lower costs, increase throughput and improve quality as market conditions continue to change.
Today, customers do less annual forecasting, they reduce inventory in favor of just-in-time (JIT) delivery, and they do not combine shipments. Customers want parts in small batches, the need for quick turnaround is urgent and there is continued pressure to keep pricing low.” read more…
Mar 23, 2016 – Makino TV YouTube
Martin and Brian Halwix of New Dimensions discuss how the company transitioned into automated production with Makino flexible manufacturing systems. Using three MMC2 pallet handling systems with six horizontal machining centers tied to each, the company has been able to keep part costs low regardless of batch size, and doubled its production volume per employee for improved profitability.