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Starrett and Roush Yates Engines Renew Partnership

Roush Yates Engines has announced it reached a multi-year partnership extension agreement with L.S. Starrett Co., a leader in metrology tools and equipment. Starett, located in Athol, MA, has been an official partner of Roush Yates Engines since 2016.

Roush Yates Engines has announced it reached a multi-year partnership extension agreement with L.S. Starrett Co., a leader in metrology tools and equipment. Starett, located in Athol, MA, has been an official partner of Roush Yates Engines since 2016. Starrett’s premier measuring and inspection tools have been a key component in delivering championship winning engines and world-class products around the world.

“Starrett’s brand is iconic and known world-wide, while their support to our racing programs has provided competitive advantages to win races,” said Todd English, vp business development, Roush Yates Engines. “We rely on their employee’s workmanship in their manufacturing facilities in Athol and across the globe. We look forward to expanding our valued partnership and leveraging Starrett’s force and vision measurement systems.”

Starrett’s standard of quality and workmanship exceed national and international standards. These attributes are critical when developing and machining world-class products for the automotive, military, aerospace and industrial industries.

With more than 5,000 products; including spring and force testing, measurement equipment, precision hand tools, state-of-the-art vision and optical systems, Starrett has the right tools to meet engine builder needs.

“We utilize Starrett’s inspection equipment for accuracy, reliability, and repeatability,” said Jennifer Lafever, NASCAR quality assurance manager, Roush Yates Engines. “We must have 100% confidence that our parts are accurate and correct every single time. Starrett tools provide us that confidence, when there is no room for error.”

“Starrett is glad to work with a high demanding customer such as Roush Yates Engines, as they use precision with everything they do,” said Emerson Leme, head of Starrett Metrology Division. “Starrett has been a long-standing premier supplier to Roush Yates Engines for many years and extending this partnership is a win for all of us.”

With a shared commitment of excellence and objective to deliver the best products to customers, partnering with Starrett ensures that continued level of expertise for RYE.

For more information: www.starrett.com or www.roushyates.com

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