Precision Machine Works

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Precision Machine Works


Established in 2008, Precision Machine Works Inc. services the mechanical and hydraulic needs of the large mining market in the Labrador City, NL area. Working with our All-Tech and Precision branches, we are able to offer our customers unmatched service. There is nothing we won’t do for our customers, and we believe that this attitude is a large reason for our continued success.


Established in 2008 as a partnership, Precision Machine Works Inc. began servicing the large demands of the mining market in the Labrador region. With the 18 years of hydraulic and mechanical experience that All-Tech brought to the table, Precision was able to immediately offer an unmatched service in a growing competitive market. With this distinct advantage, Precision was able to attack the larger projects that would prove to bring success to our company, and solidify us as a force in the mining servicing market.

Today, we at Precision have delivered on the most comprehensive projects time and time again. This reliability has allowed us to establish quality relationships with our customers. It is these valued relationships that propels us to go beyond the call of duty and always aiming to find ways to deliver better value.

The Labrador region has been kind to us, and we are grateful to have seen success in this market. As the mining industry continues to grow, we are excited to serve with the same quality and reliability that we are known for, for many years to come.

To continue the story, go to ProTech’s About page.


Our shop encompasses 6000sq.ft. with facilities including a 10 ton overhead crane, a fully tooled machine shop with capacity for 10 ton pieces on our boring mill table. We employ highly trained technicians who take great pride in providing quality work in assessing/rebuilding hydraulic cylinders for the heavy industrial sector.

  • CWB Division 3 certified
  • 6000 sq.ft.
  • 1 overhead crane - 10 ton
  • Logistics (We have a fleet of trucks, including a 2015 Kenworth which run weekly to Labrador and throughout the Maritimes).
  • Experienced tradesman (Millwrights, Welders, & Machinists)
  • Fully certified welders with SMAW/FCAW/MCAW
  • Hydraulic &/or pneumatic cylinder refurbishment.
  • Full custom machining capacity
    • 3 lathes
    • 1 milling machines
    • Radial arm drill
    • Line boring (in-house & on-site)
  • Strong partnerships with various suppliers to ensure efficient delivery of all sourced requirements.
  • Complete supply of Greenline Hydraulic fittings and hose.

Management Team

Name Position Phone Number More Information
Roger Chiasson General Manager (709) 282-5025
Mike Scott Business Development (506) 542-1056
Jacob Scott Continuous Improvement Coordinator / HSE Advisor (506) 542-1058
Diane Boudreau Finance Manager (506) 542-1052
Sheryl Lamkin Administration (709) 280-3766


Working towards ISO Certification

At Precision, we are continuously working on improving our work practices to achieve ISO 9001 standards. Although not yet certified, Precision understands the importance of delivering results to customers through proper planning and management processes. We believe that we will be ISO 9001 certified in the near future.

Lean Principles

The core idea is to maximize customer value while minimizing waste. Simply, lean means creating more value for customers with fewer resources. A lean organization understands customer value and focuses its key processes to continuously increase it. The ultimate goal is to provide perfect value to the customer through a perfect value creation process that has zero waste.To accomplish this, lean thinking changes the focus of management from optimizing separate technologies, assets, and vertical departments to optimizing the flow of products and services through entire value streams that flow horizontally across technologies, assets, and departments through to customers.



Canada, like many countries around the world, has specific rules and regulations governing the construction of buildings and their related structural components. In Canada, companies doing such work are governed by the National or Provincial Building Code(s) and CSA Standard S16 Design of Steel Structures, CSA Standard W47.1 & W59. These codes and standards are mandatory and apply to all Canadian welding, fabricating or erection companies working with or providing applicable structural welded products for use within Canada. In addition to the above, there are also several additional product and safety codes that include requirements for CWB Certification.


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