Key Data Sheet

Precision manufacturing has been Autocam’s single directive since John C. Kennedy founded the company in 1988 to provide components to the automobile business. As the company evolved, Kennedy consistently drove the concept to develop solutions for Autocam customers where other manufacturers could not.

That direction has won the Autocam team long-term relationships with Tier 1 suppliers and OEMs around the globe, allowing the company to expand its reach, and share its unique capabilities in all of the major markets: North America, South America, Europe and Asia.

Main component areas for Autocam include:

  • Fuel Systems
  • Steering Systems
  • Electric Motors
  • Braking Systems
  • Other Transportation

Autocam’s success, however, is not born in the boardroom alone – it is on the shop floor of manufacturing facilities worldwide. Employees have a customer-driven philosophy that allows them to work towards new solutions as innovators, not as managers responsible for quotas or margins. Those disciplines include:

  • Precision Turning
  • Precision Grinding
  • Gear Manufacturing
  • Precision Milling
  • Forging
  • Rotary Transfer Machining
  • Precision Secondary Machining
  • Sub-Assembly
  • Laser Machining
  • Finishing

Today Autocam is a global enterprise with 16 facilities worldwide. The company’s current status is:

  • 16 Manufacturing Facilities
  • North America (9 Facilities) Global Headquarters: Grand Rapids, MI, USA
  • Europe (2 Facilities)
  • China (2 Facilities)
  • South America (3 Facilities) Regional Headquarters: Campinas, Brazil
  • Over 2,000 Employees
  • Over 750,000 Square Feet Of Manufacturing Space
  • Over 20 Major Customers