“Chances are you pick up something every day that has a Dynacast
component in it,” said Simon Newman, Dynacast’s Chairman and CEO. And it is a believable contention when considering how universal the companies are that incorporate Dynacast components in their products – Black & Decker, Canon, GE, Gillette, GoPro, Intel, and Samsung to name a few.
Headquartered in Charlotte, NC and started in 1936 by a German immigrant, Dynacast is a privately held global manufacturer of precision engineered metal components that can be found in everything from motorcycles to watches and satellite communication devices. The die casting and metal injection molding technology it employs in creating these parts is cutting edge and produces highly complex and detailed components that can fit in one’s hand and, in many cases, on one’s fingertip.
The applications of the company’s technology are many and are as diverse as its customers, which operate in a multitude of industries including automotive, customer electronics, and healthcare. So varied and diverse are its customers’ needs, that Dynacast manufactures more than 5 billion of these components each year, delivering them to clients the world over.