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History

Overview

Founded in 1964, Ted Kosiorek started his own shop renting space in west-end Toronto. Within five years the new company, Cyclone, began production of aircraft parts, now Cyclone’s mainstay operation.

In co-operation with a Detroit-based company, Cyclone was the first to manufacture indexable cutters, which are now used throughout the industry.

Then, in 1985, the company opened its Mississauga operations and refocused on what it has always done best: the production of aircraft components. The company purchased its first CNC machine in the 1980s. In 1990, leadership was passed from Kosiorek to the new president, Andrew Sochaj, a Cyclone employee since 1977.

Timeline / Milestones

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1964

Founded

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1981

First CNC machine

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2004

Company relocated to Rapistan Location

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2005

25 CNCs

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2009

Century Location opened

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2012

Meadowpine Location opened

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2016

100 CNCs

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2018

Danbro Location opened 

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1978

Diversified into Aerospace industry

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1990

Purchased by Andrew Sochaj

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2004

Purchased Water Jet

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2007

Milton Location opened

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2009

50 CNCs

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2013

75 CNCs

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2016

Krasnik, Poland Location opened