Paradigm Precision Historical Review

1951    New company is established as “Hoosier Metal Spinners” in Gas City, Indiana

1967    Hoosier moves to Stuart, FL and renamed as “ERK Industries”

1980   ERK Industries is acquired by Chromalloy American

1985    Name is changed to “Turbocombustor Technology, Inc.” (TCT)

1986    TCT moves to newly constructed 82,000 sq. ft. facility

2001    TCT completes construction of a 23,000 sq. ft. addition to the Stuart facility

2004    TCT is acquired by CAI Funds & AeroEquity

2006   TCT acquires Douglas Machine & Tool (Facilities in Ohio & Budapest, Hungary)

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December 2011

The Carlyle Group & AeroEquity form Dynamic Precision Group, Inc.

DPG acquires TCT

January 2013

TCT acquires Paradigm Precision Holdings, LLC, which includes facilities in Malden and Peabody, MA, East Berlin, CT, Tempe, AZ, Tunisia, and Mexico

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March 2013

TCT opens new 120,000 sq. ft facility adjacent to its existing facility in Stuart, FL

July 2013



DPG rebrands TCT and all sites as “Paradigm Precision”

December 2013



Paradigm Precision acquires facilities in Manchester, CT, Orillia, Canada, and Burnley, UK from GE-Aviation/Unison

October 2015

Formation of Paradigm Precision Poland and opening of new facility in Wrocław, Poland.

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Opening of new Paradigm Precision corporate headquarters in Manchester, Connecticut

Steve Croke joins as President/CEO