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Our Mission

To supply our customers with a product that they can rely on and pass on superior castings to their end market. To provide a clean, friendly, and reliable work environment for our employees and community.

History of CPC

Connecticut Precision Castings was founded in Southington, Connecticut in 1986 by Ron Morello, Sr. and Ron Morello, Jr. In 1992, they moved their operation from Connecticut to Claremont, New Hampshire to lower their operating costs and move into the country where life is less hectic.

Our Progress

For the first 15 years, the company maintained a slow, steady growth when Ron Jr. purchased the company from his father in 2001. With a new focus on development, the company continued to expand its customer base and building capacity over the next 15 years.

Our Areas of Focus

Some of the growth has been in developing our in-house capabilities with the addition of CNC Vertical Machining Centers and the continuous upgrades of existing equipment, focusing on manufacturing efficiency that can be passed on to economical parts for our customers.


Several Industries We Serve

Connecticut Precision Castings manufactures zinc die‑castings used throughout several industries such as automotive, electronic, gun manufacturing, and general manufacturing. More specifically, we produce various pieces of hardware for the hand tool industry, boat hardware, firearms components, and electric motor housings. Our parts range in size from a tenth of an ounce to 14 ounces in weight and up to 40 square inches in die surface area.


Additional In-House and Outside Secondary Services

Connecticut Precision Castings offers additional in-house and outside secondary services. Our in-house services include drilling, tapping, machining, vibratory tumbling, and light assembly. Meanwhile, our outside services include powder coating, e-coating, various forms of plating, and independent third-party inspection. In addition, Connecticut Precision Castings also offers design and engineering services with all of the major Cad/Cam tools.

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Using Interstate 91 North and upon entering Vermont, use Exit #8(Claremont NH). At the end of the ramp, turn right and continue through one traffic light and across the Connecticut River Bridge. At the next traffic light, turn right on to Route 12A South. Continue for approximately 4 miles and take the second right turn past Grissom Lane, on your left.

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When requesting a quote, please include:
Contact Name, Company, Email, and Phone Number
Part Overall Size and Estimated Weight, Part Print If Available
Zinc Alloy To Use
Secondary Machining Is Required If Any
Type of Finish Required; Bare, Plated, Painted
Estimated Annual Quantity and Estimated Lot Sizes