Mission Statement


Our Corporate mission is to be a competitive CNC production-oriented facility that offers the best possible price and service with quality performance in a timely fashion. Our Corporate demeanor will at all times reflect courteous professionalism.

Fermer Precision is a company: from which customers want to buy, to which vendors want to sell, for which our employees want to work, and it supports the local communities which, in turn, provides profitable long-term growth for all concerned.


Fermer Precision

Precision. While it's part of our name, it's only part of the story at Fermer. From our founding in 1947 and years as a highly respected tool & die company, we've evolved, grown, and diversified into a full-fledged resource center for manufacturing industries.

In July, 2011, Fermer proudly became an affiliate of the Fiber Instrument Sales (FIS) family of premier companies. FIS is a leading manufacturer and full-line distributor of communication fiber optic components, test equipment, tool kits and precision injection molded components.

In total, the FIS group of companies:

• Annual sales exceed $65 million
• Employs over 350 of the industry's best people
• Exports to 110 countries
• Located in over 250,000 sq. ft. total in 8 building sites

Fermer brings together a multitude of production and support services, giving us an almost unlimited capability to meet a full spectrum of metal-working and related needs. From automotive parts to components for pumps, compressors and firearms; from products for the military and medical fields to the cutlery and aviation industries, Fermer supplies the market with products and services used in an unlimited range of industrial applications.

We serve our customers from the design and engineering stage through the finished part, combining state-of-the-art technology with the time-tested skills of master craftsmen. Our tradition for quality and dependability stems from providing the kind of close, personalized attention that manufacturing and tooling engineers need to meet production schedules and standards, and solve problems.