Piscataway’s National Manufacturing acquired by CORE Industrial Partners

National Manufacturing Co., a Piscataway-based provider of specialty deep and shallow drawn stamping, was acquired by Chicago-based CORE Industrial Partners, according to a Tuesday announcement from the company.

Founded in 1944, National offers precision enclosures and metal components, high-speed computer numerical control milling and turning, and wire electrical discharge machining and sinker capabilities, as well as numerous value-added finishing operations, including plating, anodizing, painting, powder coating, welding and riveting.

National’s ability to collaborate with customer engineering teams during the design phase can help expedite the process of bringing new products to market and ensure leading product quality in terms of both performance and aesthetics.

Serving a variety of end markets, including aerospace & defense, electronics and industrials, National offers especially deep experience in the medical end market across various implantable devices, including pacemakers, defibrillators, batteries and capacitors.

The company operates in a 90,000-square-foot facility with more than 150 machines, and holds ISO13485, AS9100, and ISO9001 certifications and an ITAR registration.