Rapid Application Group Expands Operations in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
The company said it is drastically increasing the capacity of their space, with their previous facility totaling approximately 2,300 square feet. Because of the company’s growth of over 3,100% in 2018, the company proposes adding 20-30 jobs and multiple machines in the next few years.
“We have invested significant resources to expand our capabilities and enable us to support our robust rate of growth as a leader in providing Mission Critical Additive Manufacturing to the Aerospace and Defense sectors,” Terry Hill, CEO of Rapid Application Group said.
Rapid Application Group said it is the only Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned 3D Printing company in North America. They provide prototyping, full production, reverse engineering, and other services as an Additive Manufacturing Defense Contractor.
Their certifications include AS9100D/ISO 9001, SDVOSB, NaVOBA, America Makes, HUBZone and NIST. Not only is RAG leading the way for advanced manufacturing in Oklahoma, but they have also established a non-profit veteran outreach called the RAG Friday Foundation. Their non-profit organization strives to eradicate veteran suicide. In addition to running their non-profit, they have made it a priority to hire and train disabled veterans in Additive Manufacturing.
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