Why Nolte

Nolte Precise Manufacturing, Inc., is a family-owned contract manufacturing business. Established in 1916 by Louis G. Nolte, a screw machine operator at Cincinnati Milling Machine, the company now includes the fourth generation of this machining-passionate family.

Throughout its history, Nolte has been on the leading edge of innovation, striving to incorporate the most efficient business practices and utilizing the latest technology and equipment.

Nolte continues to be at that forefront, revolutionizing the services offered to customers. We are committed to meeting our customers’ changing and evolving needs. As our customers look for services beyond parts procurement, we are excelling at offering innovative supply chain solutions. At Nolte Precise Manufacturing, we promise to work with you as a partner to provide a total cost solution to your parts needs and supply chain requirements.

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Nolte Precise Manufacturing is a proud member of the Precision Machined Products Association, the National Tooling and Machining Association, and the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.

We are a registered AS9100 Rev. D Including ISO 9001:2015 compliant machining company.

Contact us for an appointment to begin the Nolte Precise Process and discover a total cost solution to your parts fulfillment needs.

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