Vote Joe Sartori
Numet Machining Techniques, Inc.
Joseph M Sartori
GM & VP of Operation
Numet Machine Techniques LLC
City/Town where Organization Located
Orange CT 06477
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Company/organization description (<500 characters)
Manufacturing of complex parts for aerospace engines.
Tell us about the entrepreneurial milestones you accomplished in 2019 (<500 characters) e.g., patents received, growth rate, and successful MVP, trial, or exit, etc…
Numet has been able to work with Pratt & Whitney to do concurrent engineering on new development engines for the military. We have help pave the way for manufacturing of these parts by working on the design to help machine the parts.
What type of entrepreneur are you? Scaling Company: regional, national, or global business focus and greater than $1,000,000 in revenue in 2019; Scalable Venture: regional, national, or global business focus and less than $1,000,000 in revenue in 2019; Main Street: local business focus;Social Good: social enterprise or nonprofit focus
Numet is a PE company exceeding sales of over 70,000,000.00 in 2020
Student entrepreneur: Are you a student and younger than 25 as of December 31, 2019? YES or NO
What CT entrepreneur ecosystem resources (spaces, programs, events, schools, etc.) have helped you succeed? (<500 characters)
Numet has worked with blackhawk tooling to use the latest in technology
What people are saying about Joe Sartori ...
Numet Machining Techniques, Inc. were extremely creative in finding the right welder for one of our critical engine parts. The Numet project team, led by Joe Sartori, literally drove the physical part from one welding company to another until they find the right welding expert that could accomplish the needed work. The Numet project team then had to modify the welding fixtures to support it. This was a very large, challenging engine part. In addition, the Numet project team had a number of other large challenging parts that they were managing moving through their shop at the same time, and all of those were required to deliver at the same time to meet a critical engine test on one of our development programs. The Numet project team utilized forecast models to predict capacity availability and were proactive in addressing constraints before they become issues. This was an outstanding, innovative approach, that demonstrated true entrepreneurial effort by a Connecticut supplier to accomplish a challenging goal. Craig Musson