• 23201 NE 10th Ave Ridgefield, WA 98642
  • Mon - Fri: 7:30 - 4:00
  • 360.887.3193
  • info@schurmanmfg.com

Open House – Sept 14th

As an appreciation to all of our customers, long-time, new, and prospective, we would like to extend an invitation to our open house.  The event is on Friday, September 14th, between the hours of 11am and 2pm.  We will have food in the form of sandwiches, fruits, salads, and drinks on hand.

We will have three of our machines highlighted for the open house:

  • Makino A99 CNC HMC
  • Femco BMC-11CR2 CNC HMC
  • Cincinati Vertical Boring Mill

We will be doing demonstrations on these machines, as well as showing the type of work that we do at our shop.

There will also be a raffle for prizes at the end of the open house, with gifts including gift cards, local wines, and such.

If you are interested in showing up to our event, we welcome you to send us an e-mail to corey@schurmanmfg.com, letting us know you will be showing.

 

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Who is Schurman Machine?

“over 50 years of service”

We are pleased to welcome you to our website.  Our website is full of information that will help introduce you to who we are and what we do.  We are here to help and look forward to working with you.

We have made a strong presence in our market and are continuously striving for a prosperous future for ourselves and our customers.  It is our mission to be the best in our field of expertise and you will quickly realize that when you choose us.

Please feel free to look around our site to learn more about us and what we can offer you to help meet your needs.  If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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JobBoss Software Testimonial

Paul Schurman Machine in Washington state is a small but versatile job shop known for offering good value on challenging jobs. Their specialty is complete machinery repair. The company’s full service machine shop uses the latest CNC machining and turning technology on jobs ranging from close tolerance components to large machined assemblies. They also do fabrication of heavy industrial equipment, specialty machines, and shaft assemblies.

In 1998, when Matt Houghton took over as general manager at Paul Schurman Machine in Ridgefield, WA, he sought out manufacturing software that would best fit a job shop. “After comparing systems, the best overall fit was JobBOSS,” says Houghton.  “For me, it’s the thoroughness and flexibility of the system-to know I can take a job from start to finish and it will be complete. If it’s a repeat job, I can pull it from templates, which makes it very simple.”

This 20-person shop specializes in repair of large equipment and excels at large fabrication and machining– 60% paper mill-related. With hundreds of complex jobs open at once, Houghton values the system’s integration. As owner as well as general manager, he likes the range and depth of JobBOSS reports. “We’re a small company yet we use so many of the reports,” he says. “I use the Foreman’s Report every day, all the GL (General Ledger) and AR (Accounts Receivable) reports.  I can plan cash flow each week using the various reports.”

Continuous learning has also been key to their success. At some companies, Houghton says employees are thrown into using software without adequate training. “Employees need training and discussion. They need to go to JobBOSS conferences, look at the JobBOSS web site, look at the upgrades. You get what you put into it,” says Houghton.

With the improving economy, JobBOSS is making a big difference at Paul Schurman Machine. Houghton says, “JobBOSS has grown on the employees who use it in our shop, and they wouldn’t know what to do without it. It is now truly a “a part of our shop…  As for benefits, efficiency has gone up. So has our ability to see real time where we’re at.  Last year was very good. This year is going to be incredible.”

For more information contact www.schurmanmfg.com

As published by Exact JobBoss on their website

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Paul Schurman Obituary

Paul Eugene Schurman, 86, a 60-year resident of Ridgefield, WA, died peacefully at home January 31, 2007. Born November 29, 1920 to Frank and Evangeline (Eckert) Schurman, Paul was raised on a farm in La Center, WA and graduated from La Center High School. He was deeply interested in clock and watch repair along with preserving antique farm equipment. Paul enjoyed using the old equipment, and his steam traction engines have been in many parades and at the Clark County Fair for many decades. He worked as a machinist in Portland, OR during WWII and furthered this by starting his own machine business in Ridgefield in 1957. ‘Paul Schurman Machine’ is still being run by Paul’s oldest son, Alan, and Alan’s daughter and son-in-law. Paul also served on the board of Pioneer School District, and was a member of the National Clock & Watch Association, and the Early Day Gas Engine & Tractor Association. Paul was preceded in death by his first wife, Edith (Hatfield) Schurman; daughter, Nancy Anne; brother, Clyde Schurman; and his sister, Helen Barclay. He is survived by his wife, Sue; sister, Florence; children, Alan, Frank, Dale, Lisa, Keith, and Misty; foster son, Cliff Benson; 16 grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Sunday, February 4, 2007, 3:00pm, at Evergreen Memorial Gardens Funeral Chapel, Vancouver, WA 98684. Memorials can be given to Antique Implements Society, Brooks, OR, c/o Alan Schurman, 23100 NE 10th Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642.

as published in the Columbian on February 2, 2007

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