After establishing a 4,000 sq. ft. machine shop in 1996 to better maintain control of quality and delivery, customers requested Hunter Hawk take on more than reverse engineering and manufacturing of components and assemblies. They wanted a broader range of services to include managing repair projects and parts procurement.
This was an excellent opportunity to better service our customers and a strategic decision was made to expand our scope and capacity by closing the shop and outsourcing labor using only qualified, vetted vendors and suppliers Sandy Hunter had personally worked with over decades in the industry.
Hunter Hawk evolved into a lean, customer-centric company able to offer more comprehensive products and services to the industrial marketplace. Hunter Hawk has successfully employed this strategy the past 16 years and, through hard work and results, has earned long-standing loyal customers and Preferred Vendor status with Fortune 100 customers.