To put it in a nutshell, die casting is the most basic technique of putting the raw aluminum to good use by giving required shapes to it. But though it is basic in nature, aluminum die casting is not a cake walk by any standards. Aluminum die casting requires a complex process which involves complex machinery and even more complex division of labor. A company doing an excellent job in keeping all these attributes intact is the Kinetic Die Casting Company.
Now the first question that pops in the head is what does the company do? Kinetic Die Casting Company melts the aluminum and then puts this molten metal in to solid shapes thorough molds and then supplies them to industries such as Hardware, lighting, Military, Aircraft, locomotives, automobiles and the like. This company falls under the manufacturer category. If we go by the technical terms, the primary and secondary (#1) Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) for the company is Aluminum Die Castings. The secondary (#2) SIC is nonferrous die castings-Ex alum.
The company is a US based one and as per the 2006 survey, the reigns were held by the then president. The success of the company is very evident from the figure, which the Sales volume range had to show in 2006. The Credit Alpha score is A+ corresponding to a credit numeric score of 96, almost as if to add cherry on top of the huge cake of success.
The Kinetic Die Casting Company for aluminum die casting holds a great rapport in the market and is dealing with large scale industries for decades now.
COAST DIE CASTING COMPANY
July 3rd, 2009 Richard White agreed to sell Coast Die Casting Company to Kinetic Die Casting Company. The economy has hurt the operations of Coast Die Casting severely to the point that Coast was unable to fill their open purchase orders. The owner of Coast Die Casting Company felt it was a good time to retire so he closed down his die casting operations. The customers of Coast Die Cast company are getting their parts again from a good source.