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Our Staff and Culture

At Tungsten Heavy Powder & Parts, we are small enough to be a family-run company, but large enough — and experienced enough — to handle multi-million dollar corporate and government agency contracts with ease. It is in this friendly, familial atmosphere that our internationally diverse employees flourish, and enjoy long tenures along with mutual respect. Our corporate culture is one of openness and interdepartmental communication. Doors are rarely closed, and all employees are encouraged to work together for the good of both the customer and the company. It is this openness and collaborative approach that has allowed us to serve our customers so well for over 15 years and has directly contributed to our success.

In April 2017, CEO Joe Sery took the entire San Diego office down to Laramie, Wyoming to see Tungsten Parts Wyoming, the new factory that THPP recently built there in 2016. What follows are some of the photos taken during this trip that show the level of fun and camaraderie among the Tungsten Heavy Powder & Parts employees and their Tungsten Parts Wyoming colleagues.

(l-r) Marc, George, Gil, Yolanda and Karina on the plane headed to Laramie
(l-r) Marc, George, Gil, Yolanda and Karina on the plane headed to Laramie
(l-r) THP's Marc, Lizette, George, Katya (TPW), Yolanda, Gil, Oscar, Chris W. and Karina enjoy some bowling at the Laramie bowling alley.
(l-r) THP’s Marc, Lizette, George, Katya (TPW), Yolanda, Gil, Oscar, Chris W. and Karina enjoy some bowling at the Laramie bowling alley.
TPW's Katya and her husband have dinner with THP employees Gil, Yolanda, Lizette, Joe, TPW's Chris O., Chris W., George, and Oscar.
TPW’s Katya and her husband have dinner with THP employees Gil, Yolanda, Lizette, Joe, TPW’s Chris O., Chris W., George, and Oscar.
Tungsten Heavy Powder (THP) and Tungsten Parts Wyoming (TPW) employees pose in front of a sign announcing the construction of TPW with the newly constructed, finished building in the background.