PMF in the News

PMF Launches New State-Certified Apprenticeship Program

November 05, 2019

There’s a crisis facing the manufacturing industry: the lack of skilled workers. To help combat this challenge locally, PMF Industries, a leading metal’s fabricator specializing in flowforming , combined with other manufacturing processes, based in Williamsport, has established a groundbreaking apprenticeship program. Read More

Flowforming Yields Precision, Accuracy and Keeps an Operation Competitive

May 06, 2019

With manufacturing environments on a continuously evolving trajectory, the benefit has always been greater with lean and efficient manufacturing methods that provide low cost and repeatability. Read More

Flowforming Offers Range of Benefits for Aerospace

September 06, 2017

Traditionally, the design of metal components and assemblies for the aerospace sector has been widely dependent on several key factors, including the severity of the application, the materials selected, the required tolerance, and the overall weight, safety, and reliability of the final product. In the past decade, additional emphasis has been placed on cost and overall manufacturability to produce these complex components. Read More

14,000 Sq. Ft. Expansion, New Equipment Position PMF for Increased Business

October 21, 2016

PMF Industries has completed a new, 14,000 sq. ft. expansion that includes a hot-spinning operation and space for a Class 1000 clean room as well as the company’s existing mechanical polishing, electropolishing, and passivation functions. Read More

PMF Flow Forms APU for Military Helicopter

February 01, 2010

PMF is currently in the manufacturing phase for a new design of an auxiliary power unit (APU) for a military helicopter. Read More

PMF Wins Oro Award

January 18, 2010

PMF Industries, Inc., recently received the 2009 Oro Award from Sandia National Laboratories. Read More

PMF Racing Team Runs into Hard Luck at Susquehanna 500

January 13, 2010

Hard Luck was the theme for the PMF team this year. They completed the time trials in a fairly good time even with some carburetor problems, but during the races things really started to go wrong. Read More