On November 3, 2014, MFCS completed the acquisition of the automotive division assets of Curtis Screw Company in Buffalo, New York and Cornelius, North Carolina. The newly formed company, MacLean Curtis, LLC, is now a part of the MFCS Engineered Components Group. The acquisition includes proven manufacturing capabilities: CNC and CAM multi-spindle screw machining, Hydromat rotary transfer machining and CNC machining. Curtis’ automotive product lines include transmission gear blanks and parking components, steering and HVAC hydraulic connectors, engine timing parts, automotive safety components and other critical machined parts for automotive, heavy truck, and other industries.

MacLean Curtis brings great people, great technology and great customers into MFCS. With over 100 years of experience, the MacLean Curtis teams in Buffalo, New York and Cornelius, North Carolina give MFCS an opportunity to expand the business and product range in precision-machined components.

Frank Curtis founded Curtis Screw in 1905 based on a patent he had received in 1891 for the design of a 5-spindle screw machine. In 1978, John Hoskins became president and sole owner of Curtis continuing the family legacy. As Curtis anticipated the future, they looked for the best option for their family business and how to position the company for future growth. The Hoskins Family was looking for the right family that could continue their long successful family legacy. MFCS was a logical cultural fit. MFCS was excited to finalize a deal that worked for everyone. The Hoskins Family was a terrific steward of the business and built a great company, which is now part of MFCS.

Automotive Steering Systems

Automotive Transmission