Riviera Tool Company engages in the design and manufacture of stamping die systems used to form sheet metal parts. The stamping die systems sold by the Company are used in the production of automobile and truck body parts, such as roofs, hoods, fenders, doors, door frames, structural components and bumpers. Products and Services Dies: The Company's dies are used in the production of sheet metal stamped parts and assemblies. Production of such parts is a multiple step process involving a series of dies. The first die is used to cut the appropriate size metal blank from a sheet or coil of steel. The next die draws the metal blank into its primary shape and subsequent dies are used to bend edges or corners, create flanges, trim-off excess metal and pierce assembly holes. Prototype Tooling and Parts: Prototype tooling and parts are utilized during the design phase of new models. The automobile manufacturers validate the fit and function of the respective components and assemblies and the repeatability of the respective production processes using these tools. The parts manufactured from prototype tools are also often used in crash testing. Customers For the period ended August 31, 2006, the Company’s major customers included DaimlerChrysler AG, General Motors Corporation, Mercedes-Benz, and Peterbuilt Truck and their respective tier one suppliers. Competition The Company's competitors include DaimlerChrysler AG and General Motors Corporation. History Riviera Tool Company was incorporated in 1967.
riviera tool co (RIVT:Grey Market)
5460 Executive Parkway SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49512-5510
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