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A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. began in 1980 as a part time business located in the owner’s garage. The company was located in Dundee, Oregon, operating as A.R.E. Machining. Full time operations began in 1984 with four employees and one CNC lathe in a 1000 square foot facility. In 1987, A.R.E. Machining moved to a 4200 sq. ft. building in Newberg, Oregon, and a year later incorporated, changing its name to A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. The next milestone came in 1995 when A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. moved to a new 21,000 sq. ft. facility, allowing the company to expand and purchase several state-of-the-art Mori Seiki CNC machines with advanced automation, vastly improving A.R.E.’s quality and flexibility in manufacturing parts. In 2005, A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. began implementing Lean Manufacturing principles at all levels in the organization. This has led to a smoother operation, delivering better quality with shorter lead times. Currently, A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. has eighteen CNC machines, thirty five employees, and operates day and night shifts five days a week.

A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. has long standing relationships with many of its customers, supplying machined parts to a wide variety of industries. One example of a satisfied long term customer is Component Concepts, the world’s leading producer of premium pump action paintball guns (markers). Since Component Concepts’ inception in 1987, A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. has been the sole supplier for all of this customer’s machining needs.

A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. is a member of the NFIB, US Chamber of Commerce, and Chehalem Valley Chamber of Commerce. A.R.E. is a contributing member of the Mid-Willamette Metals Consortium and Mid-Willamette High Performance Consortium. A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. enthusiastically supports Newberg Habitat for Humanity, Newberg Old Fashioned Festival, Newberg FISH, Chemeketa Community College machine technology program, Newberg High School athletics, and local high school technology programs. A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. is also a supporter of youth involvement in the metals industries, offering high school and college internships, educational tours and is involved in the Business/School Partnership Program and Arbor Education and Training programs. A.R.E. Manufacturing, Inc. also proudly manufactured and donated parts used in the reassembly of the Spruce Goose at the Captain Michael King Smith Evergreen Aviation Museum in McMinnville, Oregon.


A.R.E. in the press:

OMEP Projects: A.R.E. Manufacturing Inc.

A.R.E., Climax lauded in April

FFA Students Score at State Competition

1980 Dundee, OR garage
1984 first CNC machine

A.R.E.'s current facility
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