Cambric is a global engineering service provider. Our engineering service offerings range from drafting/detailing support to full Finite Element Analysis (FEA) services. Cambric's unique business model provides a solution to eliminate costly short-term and long-term contractors by acting as a long-term engineering partner that is flexible enough to meet workload peaks and project task assignments. Cambric's engineering solutions are built on a foundation of skilled engineers with experience in multiple industries as well as numerous engineering tools. Our engineers execute projects using proven industry processes and procedures.
Cambric Corporation has been providing digital engineering services to automotive, aerospace and manufacturing companies around the world since 1989. By leveraging engineering expertise, proven processes and strategic partnerships, Cambric provides superior engineering solutions and has created long-term partnerships with world industry leaders. Cambric's collaborative work with these companies has resulted in significant cost and timeline savings.
Headquartered just outside of Salt Lake City, Utah, Cambric has several locations worldwide, including offices in Connecticut, Luxembourg, and Germany. Cambric's principal offshore facility is a modern production center located in Brasov, Romania. This facility has on staff over 175 degreed engineers with extensive and varied engineering experience. Cambric Consulting Romania (CCR), a wholly owned subsidiary, provides a highly skilled, low cost, scalable production center. The work executed includes 3D parametric modeling and digital assembly creation in all major software packages , Pro/ENGINEER, Unigraphics, Catia v4 and v5, SolidWorks and Inventor. Cambric has expanded its analysis capabilities primarily focusing its services utilizing the MSC set of analysis tools. Cambric also provides research and development through our Center for Excellence, a "think and application tank" of top level engineers who create new CAD and engineering process methodologies to increase productivity. – less – More from ZoomInfo »