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About Pace Industries

Pace Industries is an integrated company that provides quality die casting, manufacturing and engineering solutions worldwide.

Founded in 1970, Pace quickly became well known in the die cast industry as a leading innovator and solutions provider. Today, Pace is North America’s largest custom aluminum die caster, but we are also proud to offer
 – more... comprehensive die casting services in magnesium and zinc.

To better serve our customers, we have moved beyond simple cast and trim to advanced engineering, tool making, prototyping, precision machining, assembly, finishing and painting. No matter the scope of your project, Pace has a team ready to partner with you for success. – less

Pace Industries Employer Reviews

2nd shift production supervisor (Former Employee), Jonesboro, ARSeptember 28, 2014
IT Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Harrison, ARSeptember 21, 2014
MAINTENANCE ELECTRICAN AND INSTRUMENTATION (Current Employee), Harrison, ARSeptember 15, 2014
Maintenance/Manager (Current Employee), Harrison, ARAugust 28, 2014
Die cast Machine Operator (Current Employee), Grafton, WIMay 30, 2014

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