A Grand Junction contract engineering and precision machine shop has been acquired by an international supply chain management and manufacturing provider.
Lewis Engineering has become Jabil Lewis Engineering under the transaction and adds to the products and services Jabil offers to the defense and aerospace sector.
“Combining Lewis Engineering with Jabil gives our defense and aerospace customers a truly end-to-end manufacturing and engineering solution for mission critical components and devices,” said Mike Matthes, senior vice president and chief executive officer of Jabil Defense & Aerospace Systems. “We are excited to be adding a very strong Lewis Engineering team that brings unique expertise, yet shares Jabil’s commitment to quality and customer excellence.”
Jabil Lewis Engineering employs 75 people at its facility near the Grand Junction Regional Airport.
The company offers manufacturing and design engineering services in addition to rapid prototyping and precision machining. The firm specializes in aerospace products, industrial pumps and turbine engine components.
Jabil provides electronics design and manufacturing product management services to global electronics and technology companies. Jabil operates facilities in 28 countries, and its common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange.