Honoring Mr. Herb Homeyer for Being Named the 2015 National Tooling and Machining Association (Ntma) Chairman of the Boardby Representative Blaine Luetkemeyer
Posted on 2015-02-10
in the house of representatives
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Mr. LUETKEMEYER. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor a constituent of
mine, Mr. Herb Homeyer, President of Homeyer Precision Manufacturing in
Marthasville, MO. Mr. Homeyer will be named the 2015 National Tooling
and Machining Association (NTMA) Chairman of the Board on Thursday,
March 5, 2015. As the national representative of the precision custom
manufacturing industry, Mr. Homeyer will tell the story of the NTMA.
Backed by nearly 2000 members and representing more than $40 billion in
sales, the clout collectively wielded by this association is
considerable. NTMA serves as a valuable national resource for their
members, helping them grow profitably.
Homeyer Precision Manufacturing serves key clients in the industries of Aerospace/Defense, Commercial/Industrial, Military, Medical/ Pharmaceutical, Oil & Gas/Energy, Semiconductors/Lasers, Electrical/ Electronics, and Transportation/Agriculture. The company and its 63 employees are also major supporters of Manufacturing Day. They opened their doors to over 150 students for a facility tour to help reach out to the next generation and to show what opportunities are available in manufacturing not only in their community, but in the United States.
Herb Homeyer's 43 years in precision manufacturing began as a tool/ die maker, then a tool designer, and finally an owner of a company specializing in aerospace tooling, medical, laser components, and high voltage transmission.
Homeyer Precision Manufacturing is one of over 1400 companies that are members of the NTMA that supports U.S. manufacturing and creates employment opportunities in their communities. Tools, dies, molds, precision machining, and special machines shape virtually every single product that is mass manufactured in the United States. This industry is at the very heart of manufacturing in this country and therefore it touches the lives of every American.
It is an honor to have the new chairman of the NTMA from not only my home state of Missouri, but also the 3rd District of Missouri.