Success Stories

Highlighting Innovation in Manufacturing

We've asked Colorado manufacturers to share what's unique about their companies. Find out here.

Denver
TruStile’s “No limits!” approach to door design, where the customer is only limited by his or her own imagination, has allowed it to become the preeminent producer of custom doors in the region, if not in the nation.
Arvada
Faustson Tool is a high precision machine shop and worldwide leader in 5 Axis Manufacturing Technology that specializes in providing innovative solutions to a wide array of manufacturing trials throughout the aerospace, defense, medical, semi-conductor, energy, and aeronautic industries.
Arvada
As more production opportunities presented themselves, BNI realized improved production efficiency was necessary for long-term growth and partnered with the Colorado Association for Manufacturing and Technology (CAMT) on several initiatives.
Boulder
Results have added up to significant financial impact, including $500,000 in retained sales and $279,000 in cost savings.
Lafayette
All told, CTD credits CAMT with helping increase sales more than $2 million, with the potential for significant additional sales.
Golden
With more efficient systematic workplace processes, ERA has realized $600,000 in increased sales and $125,000 in cost savings.
Englewood
Since expanding in Colorado, BEST estimates approximately $800,000 in expenditures with local suppliers in 2009. In 2010, that number increased to $1.6M and $3M in 2011. In 2012, it is expected that BEST spending with local suppliers will exceed $12M – $15M. In addition to BEST’s growth, Colorado companies supplying BEST have hired employees to fulfill BEST contracts.
Grand Junction
CAMT helped Quick Pits design an efficient, cost-effective, quality manufacturing system in order to introduce their product to market as soon as possible, as well as meet the projected demand.
Wheat Ridge
With 2009 total sales of $4.2 million and 24 employees, Lifeloc embarked upon a strategy to fuel its growth and profitability through new products, technology transfer, and export market development. Lifeloc president and CEO Barry Knott contacted CAMT and was surprised at the range and depth of support he found to help make his vision a reality.
Pueblo West
CAMT identified GPS Source as a Veteran Owned Small Businesses (VOSB) capable of reverse engineering and manufacturing critical need hard-to-source parts.