Volumatic, Inc., was incorporated in November 1969, in Long Island, New York. Robert W. Schmucker, the current president, organized the company to supply custom machined parts and assemblies to commercial and military aerospace and electronics industries in the Northeast.
In 1979, Volumatic purchased its first CNC (Computerized Numerical Control) machine. Presently, there are eight CNC machines, including a 68" x 144" 5-Axis bridge type machine.
In 1989, we relocated to Macon, Georgia. The move to the Southeast coincided with several customers migrating from the Northeast. Volumatic's sales in Georgia have more than tripled from their best year in Long Island, and sales continue to increase to records levels.
Today, Volumatic still serves commercial and military aerospace and electronics industries, but with more than 35 years of experience.
We are involved in our community and are members of the Chamber of Commerce in both Macon and Warner Robins. We are proud to participate MTAPP (Manufacturing Technical Assistance Production Program) with the U.S. Air Force and in apprenticeship programs for local youth.
In the future, we will continue to maintain the most sophisticated manufacturing processes, deliver quality parts and service, guarantee delivery schedules and be competitively priced.