NN, Inc.Company Review & Valuation

NNBR
Nasdaq
Latest Price
5.28USD
Market Capitalization
225.81mUSD

About NN, Inc.

NN, Inc., a diversified industrial company, designs and manufactures high-precision components and assemblies in the United States, Europe, Asia, Canada, Mexico, South America, and internationally. It operates through Autocam Precision Components Group and Precision Engineered Products Group segmentShow mores. The Autocam Precision Components Group segment manufactures components for use in fuel delivery, electromechanical motor, steering, and braking systems for the automotive industry; and highly engineered shafts and mechanical components, as well as precision assembled and tested parts and fluid system components for the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and fluid power industries. The Precision Engineered Products Group segment manufactures various components, assemblies, and instruments, including surgical knives, bio-resorbable implants, surgical staples, orthopedic system tools, laparoscopic devices, drug delivery devices, and catheter components for the medical and life sciences end markets; and electrical contacts, connectors, contact assemblies, and precision stampings for the electrical end market. It also provides precision components, assemblies, and electrical contacts and precision plastic components for the automotive and general industrial end markets; and various engineered materials, such as optical grade and thermally conductive plastics, as well as titanium, Inconel, magnesium, and gold electroplating for the aerospace and defense end markets. The company also engages in the design, development engineering, and manufacturing of medical device supply solutions. NN, Inc. was founded in 1980 and is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.Show less

Industry
Tools & Accessories
HQ Location
Charlotte, North Carolina

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