With an investment of $1M Lamsco expands Value Services by installing a 100% dedicated Fastrack / BlueStreak Cell to support AOGs and Quick Turaround needs for Defense and Commercial customers.
This cell brings a new process stream to Lamsco with experinced and dedicated production, engineering and program managment staff capable to quote within 24hrs and delivery Aerospace parts in 48hrs.  


With an investment of $1.2M Lamsco expands capabilities beyond Shims, Laminated Panels, Assemblies and Detailed Shims. Advertising and offering exisiting CNC machined and sheet metal capabilities. Consolidating One Stop Shop Solution for our customers. 

Lamsco is awarded with Boeing's Performance Award for eleven consecutive times thanks to consistent premier quality and delivery ratings. Only a handful of Boeing suppliers have won this award eleven consecutive times.


In November 2018, Cesar Porras was appointed President of Lamsco following the retirement of Steve Griffith October 2018.

In February 2018 Lamsco received 2017 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Partner of The Year.


In May 2015, Lamsco relocated to a larger 75,000 sf facility nearby due to significant sales growth and the need for more manufacturing and office space. That same month Shimtech Industries, US, Inc. was acquired by Auctus Industries, Ltd., a new company backed by Inflexion.
In August 2015, Lamsco President Gladden Baldwin retires after serving 59 years with the company. Steve Griffith, VP of Sales, is named President.

In 2015 Lamsco received 2014 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Partner of The Year Award 


In April 2014, Lamsco received the 2013 Boeing Supplier of the Year award.


In September 2011, Lamsco and sister companies Bolsan, Attewell & PSG were sold by Hampson Industries to Bridgepoint Development Corporation and incorporated as “Shimtech Industries US, Inc”.  


In April 2009, the Lamsco Kent facility was closed with operations consolidated into the Valencia, CA plant. Our presence near Boeing Seattle continued, however, with the concurrent opening of a Lamsco sales office in nearby Federal Way, WA.


In 1997, Lamsco West opened up Lamsco Northwest, a division in Kent, Washington to provide Boeing with a JIT source for shims and to provide Lamsco West with an in-house painting source for Boeing shims and fillers. 


In 1989, Lamsco West moved from Glendale, CA. into a 31,000 sf building in a newly developed industrial park in Valencia, CA, about 25 miles away.


In 1970, MPB Corporation of Keene New Hampshire, a manufacturer of miniature precision bearings, bought Lamsco West, Inc.


The LSC of Glenbrook Connecticut (est.1915), originator of laminated shim stock and manufacturer of shims and stampings, purchased Lang Tool and Die Company of Glendale, California, maker of electrical motor laminations. Laminated shims and short-run stampings were added to Lang’s product line and the company re-incorporated under the name Lamsco West, Inc.  In January of the following year, Glad Baldwin, was transferred from LSC to Lamsco West. Inc. 

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