Sales Reports

Precision Custom Coatings

September 11, 2012

Totowa, NJ, U.S.
2012 Nonwovens Sales: $145 million
Key Personnel: Peter Longo, chairman and COO; Scott Tesser, president and CEO; Rich Noble, CFO and treasurer; Dan Kamat, vice president, Industrial Textile division; Shaile Dusaj, director industrial marketing and sales; Keith Martin, industrial business vice president; Gerry Welkley, national sales manager; Dave Reaman, director filtration services
Processes: Needlepunch, thermal bonded, chemical bonded, high lofts, heat activated adhesive coatings, specialty finishes and composites
Major Markets: Apparel interlinings, automotive fabrics, medical, fabric softener substrates, furniture and bedding, filtration, vinyl substrates, home furnishings, wipes, hygiene, footwear, roofing and construction, filtration
Precision Custom Coatings LLC (PCC) as a whole was established in 1987 and is world-renowned for producing interlinings for some of the world’s largest apparel manufacturing companies. The company’s multiple nonwoven and coating lines produce the high quality nonwoven and knitted fusible interlinings.
PCC’s corporate headquarters is a 210,000-square-foot production facility located outside of New York City in Totowa, NJ. PCC has the flexibility to create innovative products quickly and efficiently due to the company’s state-of-the-art high-speed machinery and 250M yard production capacity. PCC currently has production in three factories in Asia, which is supported by a network of 38 distribution and sales offices worldwide.
PCC operates two divisions—PCC Precision Interlining and Precision Textiles. PCC Precision Interlining backs the apparel industry with the best in knit and nonwoven interlinings, while the company’s Precision Textiles division is a pivotal supplier of coated fabrics, nonwovens and laminations to the industrial market, serving manufacturers in the filtration, bedding, automotive, healthcare, home furnishings, footwear, luggage, food packaging and protective clothing industries.
Sales in 2012 were $145 million and the company added capacity to help meet the demand for the growth in its filtration division and automotive market. According to Scott Tesser, president and CEO, “We saw steady growth amongst our three main divisions—auto, filtration and bedding,” says Tesser.
During the year, PCC invested in additional filtration capacity and says new technology will be launched in 2013.
PCC has 20 offices around the world outside of the U.S. and continues to grow globally. “We are beginning a strategy of bringing certain product to those markets,” says Tesser. “Currently those offices are selling apparel related nonwovens only.”
Tesser says dry air filtration continues to be a healthy growth area for PCC while the automotive business has also seen a significant increase in sales.
“For 2013 we are adding more high loft capacity and a new product we are calling air spun,” Tesser says.