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Precision at the Core

Components × Assemblies × Prototypes

 

Located in Otay Mesa, Pacific MFG is a producer of quality handcrafted tools and parts, serving San Diego since 1962.

Photos by ricky valenzuela

 

Jack King, who had been the owner of the company since the late 60's, officially retired in 2004 and passed the torch on to his son Roger Kerr. As a new owner, Roger's first order of business was to grow their customer base which meant looking at new markets to pursue. In the subsequent years the business widened its focus to include the mass transit, aerospace and energy industries.

As 2007 approached, Roger was focusing more and more time on his passion for restoring classic American automobiles and decided to sell the business to Raymundo Montalvo, his most trusted master toolmaker. In August of that year, the Montalvo family officially took over the day-to-day operations of the company with the goal of growing it further.

In 2012, the Montalvos purchased a 20,000 sq. ft. building in Otay Mesa and moved PMI to its new home. With the addition of several more conventional machines, 3 CNC’s, an indoor welding area, custom wood box and palette shop, load test facility and dedicated QC room – PMI was growing and ready to tackle its next challenge.

In November of 2013, PMI was awarded the very first San Diego Workforce Improvement Bureau (WIB) Grant, to assist in facilitating their ISO and AS9100 certification. Over the next year, PMI refined its existing quality policies and practices and in December of 2014, they received their ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100C certification from DNV.

As PMI looks forward to celebrating 50 years as a fixture and contributor to the San Diego business community, we look forward to continuing to partner with other local businesses as well as national and international entities. We recognize the importance of supporting the communities we serve and are proud to be affiliated with the South County Career Center and San Diego City College’s Machining School to promote a new generation of craftsmen and keeping manufacturing alive in the USA.

 

 

Phone

619-423-0316

Fax

619-423-0337

Location

1520 Corporate Center Dr.

San Diego, CA 92154

 

Hours

M-F 7a-3:30p

 

Our 20,000 square foot facility is outfitted with both traditional conventional machines as well as state-of-the-art CNC's

 

EQUIPMENT

 

Conventional Prototrak Mills (8)

  • Envelope - 12" x 30"

Conventional Lathes (8)

  • Turning Diameter - 60" x 120"

CNC Mills - 1 Fadal & 1 Haas

  • Envelope - 40" x 20" x 28" / 40" x 60" x 28"

CNC Lathe - 1 Haas

  • Turning Diamater - 12" x 20"

 

SERVICES

 

Welding - Certified MIG & TIG

  • Steel / Aluminum / Stainless Steel

QC Inspection Room

  • Granite Plate / Tools / Gauges

Additional Services

  • Load testing up to 80,000 lbs.
  • Wood Box and Palette Building
  • Metal Stamping (Various Types)
  • Product and Part Assembly/Kitting
  • Local Flatbed Truck Delivery
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When customers realize a company has attained AS9100 , they can purchase parts or products with a great degree of confidence

In November of 2013, PMI was awarded the very first San Diego Workforce Improvement Bureau (WIB) Grant, to assist in facilitating their ISO and AS9100 certification. Over the next year, PMI refined its existing quality policies and practices and in December of 2014, they received their ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100C certification from DNV.

As standard practice our company keeps meticulous records of conformance for all raw material, processing services and load-tested purchased goods in addition to certifications for all parts load tested in-house.

All of our welders are certified in-house against the company's PQR's and maintain meticulous records of work completed to facilitate in the renewing of welding certificates and to ensure compliance with our customer's rigorous supplier requirements.

 

 

 

Quote Requests

Please call 619-423-0316 to talk to us about a quotation.

You can also email your RFQ to us at: sales@pacmfginc.com

 

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Purchasing Terms and Conditions

Supplier to Pacific Manufacturing shall provide the following additional information as needed or when requested.

1.     When the Supplier wants to change the product, process, procedures, equipment or specifications, it must acquire Pacific Manufacturing, approval before changing product design, content, specifications, process requirements, technical data or requirements. (7.4.2.9)

2.     When required, Suppliers shall provide evidence of qualification of personnel when requested by Pacific Manufacturing. (7.4.2.6)

3.     Suppliers and Sub-Suppliers to Pacific Manufacturing shall maintain a quality management system compliant to a minimum of ISO 9001 unless waivered in writing in advance by Pacific Manufacturing management. (7.4.1)

4.     The Supplier shall provide the identification, and revision status of specifications, drawings, process requirements, inspection/verification instructions and other relevant technical data when requested by Pacific Manufacturing. (7.4.2)

5.     The Supplier shall notify Pacific Manufacturing, of nonconforming product when found in its facility (ies) or if found at another customer from the same lot number. (7.4.2.8)

6.     Obtain Pacific Manufacturing, approval of nonconforming product disposal at our company facilities. (7.4.2.8)

7.     Suppliers shall notify Pacific Manufacturing, of changes in product and or process, changes of the Supplier’s raw material suppliers, changes of manufacturing facility location(s), and when needed, obtain Pacific Manufacturing, approval in writing. (7.4.2.8)

8.     When informed by Pacific Manufacturing, the Supplier shall maintain technical test specifications, records, verification records, number of products reviewed, storage conditions and any audit or investigation reports when product compliance testing records must be retained.  Pacific Manufacturing will inform the Supplier of the retention period if less than (10) ten years. (7.4.2)

9.     Pacific Manufacturing, its Customer(s) and regulatory authorities retain the right to access all applicable Supplier organization’s manufacturing areas and suppliers and be given the authority to review product validation or quality records with 24 hour notice.

10.   The Supplier is to flow down to their supply chain the applicable Pacific Manufacturing requirements including final customer requirements.

11.   Pacific Manufacturing reserves the right to withhold payment on invoices due to Supplier non-performance.