TPP Dominicana Wins 3rd Place in ASOBAL 2018 Bowling Tournament

Congratulations to the TPP Dominicana bowling team members for finishing 3rd place in the ASOBAL 2018 Bowling Tournament.

The TPP DR 3rd place team members are: David Amancio, Franklyn Reynoso, Luis Tolentino, and Jose Fructuoso.  Below is their scorecard.

Congratulations to all TPP Dominicana participants and especially the 3rd place winners

Technical Precision Plastics Participates in Local Career Fair

On Tuesday, Jan 23rd, Technical Precision Plastics, Inc. took part in a career fair at Turrentine Middle School in Burlington, NC.  The career fair was for the school’s eight graders, and the goal was to get these students to start thinking about college and expose them to future career opportunities prior to high school registration.

TPP was one of over 40 participants at the career fair.  Technical Precision Plastics promoted its many different positions that would fall under STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).  There were over 200 attending students that were split up into a morning and afternoon session.

Technical Precision Plastics was represented by Penny Rudd, Lorena Velazquez, and Stephanie Perez.

 

Upcoming Event – TPP Charity Golf Tournament is April 26th

What:  TPP Annual Charity Golf Tournament

When:  April 26th, 2018

Where:  Mill Creek Golf Course   Mebane, NC

Go ahead and mark this date on your calendar.  The Technical Precision Plastics Charity Golf Tournament, benefiting Hospice and Palliative Care of Alamance-Caswell, is scheduled for April 26th, 2018.  This is a top notch event for a great cause.  Spots should fill up quickly so get your entry forms in as quick as you can.

Technical Precision Honors Employees at 2016 Service Awards Dinner

 

   Technical Precision Plastics held it’s annual awards dinner to recognize the service and accomplishments of its employees from the previous year of 2016.  TPP acknowledged 35 employees for perfect attendance along with those celebrating 5, 10, 15, 20, and 30 year work anniversaries .  There were also 3 employees honored this year with retirement recognition.

TPP is very proud of its employees and what they do to make Technical Precision what it is today.  Thanks to everyone that worked very hard to make this a great event once again.  A special thanks to the musical stylings of John Tate.

Work Anniversaries

5 years – Cristobal Sosa Pacheco, Cirilo Gomez, Naborina Martinez, Patricia Rodriguez, Victor Jimenez, and Roy Shaw

10 years – Angela Hughes, Mark Capps, and Joseph Nogues

15 years – Alina Rodriguez, Elia Ann Edwards, Tammy Dawkins, and Maria Rogriduez Vital

20 years – Linda Wilson, Luanne Payne, and Raquel Rodriguez

30 years – John Tate

Special Retirement Recognition – Carolyn Mann, Jack Spencer, and Floyd Bass

 

Carolyn Mann and Jack Spencer

The Three Amigos

Calvin and Steph

John Tate

 

 

Tammy and Steph

 

Rigo, Maria, Cladio, Patricia, Cladio Jr, and Victor

Pam, Mildred, Linda, Carolyn, Susan, Linda and Luanne

Kenny, Dan, Greg, Brian, Lee, Jack, Tammy, and David

David and Tammy

Tom and Ken at the Buffet

Raquel, Adrianna, Carmelia, Erika, Hector, Lorena, and Naborina

Hector and Lorena

Martha, Irma, Lupe, Carmen, Maria, Ann, Marta, and Rufina

Tommy, Frank, Scott, Crystal, Calvin and Angela

Pam, Penny, Ken, Jim, Victoria, and Susan

Technical Precision Plastics wishes Happy Retirement to Carolyn

Happy Retirement Rose

On Friday, Feb 10th, the TPP family lost one its most beloved members to retirement.  Carolyn Mann, known as Rose to most of her coworkers, retired from Technical Precision Plastics after 16 plus years of service.  She started at TPP in October of 2000.

If you asked anyone to describe Carolyn, they would say that she is ‘angelic’, and the sweetest person they ever met.

Upon leaving, Carolyn sent the following email:

To my TPP Family,

Thank you so much for everything that ya’ll did for me today. The food, the gifts and everyone wearing purple was wonderful.  You made my day so special.  Whenever I tell people that I am retiring they say I am going to love it but I tell them I work with the best people in the world and some awesome friends. Say a prayer for me (and Haywood) as I start this new phase of my life. 

I am going to miss you all so much but I will come by to see you .  I love you all.  Thank you again!!!!!

Jim Piermarini, President/owner wrote:

Carolyn,

“…We all thank you for your dedicated service to TPP.  You’ve been such a pleasure to work with and all of us wish you peace and happiness in retirement.  We hope you come back to visit often!  My best to you and family! ”

We wish Carolyn happiness, success, and good health as she begins this new adventure.

 

 

TPP Donates to Victims of Hurricane Matthew

hurricanecharityTechnical Precision Plastics, Inc. would like to say ‘Thank You’ to all employees who together contributed 77 cases of water for the victims of Hurricane Matthew.

The water was delivered to God’s Pit Crew in Danville, VA for distribution.

TPP also contributed a monetary donation in the amount $250.00.

Career Accelerated Program (CAP) interest grows

The Career Accelerated Program, known as CAP, recently held some interest sessions for Alamance Burlington School System high school juniors and seniors.  So far, more than 130 students have attended these sessions.  Once all of these interest sessions have been completed, the participating partner companies will be holding ‘Open House’ sessions.  This will allow the students and their parents to become acquainted with the partnering companies.

Listen to students reactions to the Career Accelerated Program:  http://link.myfox8.com/1Y7Q7gV

Technical Precision Plastics Inc. is a proud member of the consortium of companies partnered with CAP.

TPP announces partnership in new Career Accelerator Program (CAP)

CAPlogo

Technical Precision Plastics, Inc. is proud to announce that it will be partnering with 6 other local companies, Alamance-Burlington School System,  Alamance Community College and the Alamance County Chamber of Commerce to establish a four-year apprenticeship program.  This program called Career Accelerator Program, or CAP, is designed to create a pipeline of qualified manufacturing workers.  It will be the first program of its kind in the county providing high school juniors and/or seniors with on-the-job training and classroom education.

 

Any student that meets the requirements for admission into the apprenticeship program, will receive hands-on training provided by one of the partnering companies along with supporting college classes offered at Alamance Community College (ACC).  CAP will provide over 8,000 hours of combined on-the-job training and college education.  All participating students will be paid for time working at the company, but also for the time they attend classes at Alamance Community College. The company will also pay the student’s tuition at ACC.  At the end of their four years, the student will have an AAS degree in Mechatronics from ACC, a Journeyman certificate from the North Carolina Department of Commerce, and a guaranteed job upon graduation. Mechatronics is an emerging field blending principles of electrical, mechanical, computer and industrial engineering.

TPP passes ISO re-certification audits

October 2015

Technical Precision Plastics has successfully completed it’s re-certification audit for ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 without any non-conformances!  The audit was performed by Smithers Quality Assessments (SQA), one of the leading ISO 9000 registrar and an active member of the Independent Association of Accredited Registars (IAAR).

These new certificates are valid for the next 3 years.  Congratulations to all TPP team members!

These certifications can be viewed at the following link: Quality Registrations

TPP Dominicana Expanding

 

tpp-dr new signTechnical Precision Plastics has eight molding presses in the Dominican Republic, with plans for adding two more this year. Plans also call for the company to double the size of the Dominican facility to 20,000 sq-ft, allowing for expansion of its tool room.