KARLEE Introduces Forward Thinking “Velocifab” Initiative.

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Garland, TX based WBENC certified woman-owned manufacturer launches a game changing rapid response solution with reduced prototype and production lead times.

Garland, TX, February 3, 2015: KARLEE is pleased to announce the launch of their new “Velocifab” initiative. By squarely focusing on increasing the velocity of their processes, KARLEE customers, both current and future alike, will enjoy standard prototype design and manufacturing lead-times of one (1) week with full production runs in two and one-half (2 1/2) week turns. With the growing competitive landscape, manufacturers and OEM’s alike need to set themselves apart from the others and KARLEE is betting that speed will reign supreme and their Velocifab approach will fill the much needed void in the market. Recently celebrating 40 years of manufacturing, KARLEE continues to evolve by focusing on customers, their requirements and introducing innovation solutions such as Velocifab in response to those needs.

KARLEE, founded in 1974, opened its doors as a humble one-man operation performing precision machining out of a garage in 1974. Starting with a single customer, the company began to build a reputation for outstanding quality and focusing on customer needs. This reputation coupled with values based on Christian ethics created a strong foundation for growth that catapulted KARLEE to their current market leading position, which includes ~200,000sq.ft. of state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities across two locations, over 300 team members and multiple support businesses.

“We view this new initiative as a means to continue the focus on our customers’ needs and show them that we are the top source for quick turn needs” said JoAnn Brumit, CEO

KARLEE is a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipient and is recognized as one of the Top10 Woman-owned Business in the DFW. They are a provider of contract manufacturing services including precision machining, sheet-metal fabrication, mechanical assembly and electro-mechanical integrations. KARLEE services the telecom, defense, medical, energy, aerospace and commercial industries. Their business model is based upon providing solutions through processes built with flexibility, design support, continuous improvements and cost reductions in mind.


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