The award recognizes companies that have been successful in their quest for innovation and who aspire to assist young entrepreneurs and organizations in their meaningful journey towards accomplishments and success. The CEOViews reflects upon the reasons why PEKO was named for the award.
PEKO reflects back on its 55-year legacy in this interview with Manufacturing Today, with Jeff Lake, VP of New Product Introduction, leading the conversation.
Material-handling automation, robotics, and logistics telemetry all contribute to optimization efforts.
In this case study written by Machine Design, PEKO uses DFMA to lower the overall unit cost and increase the manufacturing capacity of a medical imaging gantry by eliminating welding and large machining. Learn how we did it.
In this Q&A with Machine Design, Scott Baxter of PEKO talks about all things DFMA. Why is it important? How has it advanced over the years? Who benefits from it? Find out now.
Lately, many articles have been written about the latest energy storage flywheels, Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES), and battery systems, but – for better or for worse – there are certain renewable energy manufacturing trends that OEMs and customers alike are noticing.
There seems to be no limit to the innovative advances coming from the wind-energy industry, but when it comes to moving a prototype to mass production, that innovation can sometimes hit a roadblock. The minds behind PEKO Precision Products understand that all-too-often challenge, and the company prides itself into moving fledgling products to the next level.
Core technology experts offer unimaginable ingenuity and brilliance when designing and building their proof of concepts and prototypes. However, where new product teams and entire organizations find a chasm is in the ability to turn early-stage technologies into production scale volumes.
FORGE hosted a collaborative event with our Iron partner PEKO Precision Products. PEKO Masterclass: From Prototype to Production was presented by Mark Frosino, Scott Baxter, and Bill Melvin, and covered the process and considerations for bringing your company’s prototype to production.
Insight Success recognized PEKO for its ability to deliver complete customer satisfaction in terms of cost, quality, and delivery. Central to its commitment is a team of dedicated professionals who take the time to thoroughly understand the customers’ products and needs – and who have the flexibility to adapt to changes.
PEKO was named one of The Silicon Review’s 30 most reputable companies of the year 2021. PEKO earned its spot on the list by standing out from other manufacturers in the precision machinery and equipment manufacturing segment, specifically new product introduction.
PEKO has earned a spot in the top defense manufacturing consulting/service companies award for 2020, a distinction bestowed by Manufacturing Technology Insights magazine. The award recognized companies that are at the forefront of providing defense manufacturing consulting/services and impacting the industry.
There is an increasing difficulty finding suppliers to completely support OEMs in the defense industry who seek to bring state-of-the-art equipment to market, from engineering and manufacturing development, to LRIP and into FRP.
“BD’s Supplier Recognition Program honors businesses and organizations that are aligned with our purpose of ‘Helping all people live healthy lives’,” said Chris Shanahan, Vice President of Global Procurement, BD.