A look inside Precision Matthews warehouse February 10, 2020

I have people ask all the time about our company and machine stock, saying they’ve heard we only order a couple machines at a time as needed and don’t really stock things, or just general questions about if we will be around to support customers in the future. Well I was walking around the warehouse tonight and grabbed a few pics just for people to look at. These were all taken tonight Feb 10th 2020 at about 10PM.

This only shows about half of our current stock, work shop, parts area, etc, I didn’t show the staging area for shipments because you can see customers info on the crates. We are also still in the process of getting the parts inventory shelving sorted, tagged and stocked up.

I get a lot of people ask so I figured while I was out there I would get a few pics!
 

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Matt: 10PM and you're still in the warehouse? Go home an get some sleep already. :)

Thanks for the photos - I knew you had a good inventory, but this helps visualize things at your end. I must admit that I'm a bit surprised that the manual equipment market remains so active. To hear some people talk, you'd think CNC has taken over the world.
 
Wow,



Do you have any machines set up for visitors? My Brother-in-law moved out there a few months ago and we're due for a visit. Would love to stop in and check some things out. Particularly the 833TV and 940M.
 
Wow we have nothing like that here, A much smaller market with a total population of only 25M and only 5 cities of over 1M. when I bought my lathe I had to wait until they were placing an order to have mine included. I think they were ordering 6 machines, like mine only a bit longer, for a trade school. No one here carries much stock of anything.
 
Mine was the same way. I had to wait 4 months to get my PM-1236. Things are much different now. @bakrch All you need to do is set up a date/time with us. with a couple days warning we could have them opened up for you to look at.
 
Matt: 10PM and you're still in the warehouse? Go home an get some sleep already. :)

Haha I am here until 10pm or later most nights, and weekends too, thats when I can really get things done. I stay late and come in a little later since many customers are on the west coast time. Don't feel bad for me, I enjoy it. Although this weekend has been a lot of preparing for tax time, I certainly do not enjoy that part of it!

Thanks for the photos - I knew you had a good inventory, but this helps visualize things at your end. I must admit that I'm a bit surprised that the manual equipment market remains so active. To hear some people talk, you'd think CNC has taken over the world.
Thanks, Matt

Yes, CNC has taken over a lot, but there is still a lot of place for manual machines. We are working on getting back in to CNC soon here though.

What strikes me is the orderliness and cleanliness of your operation. Just one small signal of a well run organization.
Thank you, its not quite where I want it to be just yet, but its getting there. Clean and neat = efficient, there is nothing worse than wasting time looking for pieces or tools, its coming together, just need a bit more time to get it where I want it.


Wow,



Do you have any machines set up for visitors? My Brother-in-law moved out there a few months ago and we're due for a visit. Would love to stop in and check some things out. Particularly the 833TV and 940M.
No showroom, just not enough people stop in, but let us know and you are definitely welcome to come see a machine.
 
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