Tormach®, a leading innovator in CNC machine manufacturing, announced its inclusion in the esteemed Inc. 5000 list for 2023. This achievement showcases Tormach’s dedication to excellence, innovation, and sustained growth in the ever-evolving manufacturing industry.
The Inc. 5000 list, published annually by Inc. Magazine, ranks the fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States. Tormach’s inclusion in the prestigious list reaffirms its position as a market leader, demonstrating its commitment to providing cutting-edge CNC machining solutions and exceptional customer service.
“We are honored to be recognized by Inc. Magazine and to join the ranks of the nation’s most successful and dynamic companies,” said Daniel Rogge, chief executive officer of Tormach. “This achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team, who have continually pushed the boundaries of innovation to deliver affordable and accessible CNC machine and robot technology to schools, hobbyists, researchers, small businesses, and industry partners.”
Tormach’s journey to the Inc. 5000 list has been marked by a series of milestones in recent years, including successful launches such as PathPilot® Hub, Tormach’s cloud-based version of its free control software, the 1100MX CNC Mill and the ZA6 industrial robot. With a focus on empowering machinists, researchers, educators, and small manufacturers, Tormach has consistently provided accessible and affordable solutions that drive creativity, efficiency, and productivity.
“Our inclusion in the Inc. 5000 list reflects not only our company’s financial growth but also the strategic business decisions we’ve made to drive our expansion including the recent acquisition of Insofos, a manufacturing, engineering services and consulting firm based in Mexico,” said Darcy Johnson, chief financial officer of Tormach.
Inclusion in the Inc. 5000 list underscores Tormach’s commitment to fostering growth, not only within the company but also in the communities it serves. Tormach remains dedicated to creating jobs, fostering talent, and contributing to the advancement of manufacturing technology.
“We believe that our success is tied to the success of our customers and the broader manufacturing ecosystem,” said Daniel Rogge. “As we celebrate this milestone, we remain steadfast in our mission to empower individuals, schools, and businesses with the machining tools they need to shape the future.”
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