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WHY ROC: Absolute Precision’s growth

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ROCHESTER N.Y. (WROC) — For this GRE WHY ROC interview we are talking about the growth of Absolute Precision based out of Wolcott.

CEO Jeannie Brockmyre and her husband moved the business here from Texas 14 years ago to be closer to family and they’ve found a lot of success in the advanced manufacturing industry.

They make components for cryogenic research equipment, cryocooler equipment, medical equipment, optical assemblies, Department of Defense parts, and items for the aerospace industry.

Rocket engine components they make have also been used in successful launches.

Learn more by watching Brockmyre’s interview with Sunrise anchor Brennan Somers in the player on this page.

​ ROCHESTER N.Y. (WROC) — For this GRE WHY ROC interview we are talking about the growth of Absolute Precision based out of Wolcott.

CEO Jeannie Brockmyre and her husband moved the business here from Texas 14 years ago to be closer to family and they’ve found a lot of success in the advanced manufacturing industry.

They make components for cryogenic research equipment, cryocooler equipment, medical equipment, optical assemblies, Department of Defense parts, and items for the aerospace industry.

Rocket engine components they make have also been used in successful launches.

Learn more by watching Brockmyre’s interview with Sunrise anchor Brennan Somers in the player on this page. Read More Why ROCRochesterFirst  

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