Boris Pirih and Jocob Logar started B & J Tool and Die in 1964. They were highly skilled tool and die makers from Yugoslavia. Over the years Boris and Jocob established a thriving and well-respected metal stamping house. As their business grew they purchased land in Anaheim and built their own 20, 000 sq. ft. building.In 1992, when retirement time grew near, Boris and Jocob sold their business to Jerome Reinhart and George Mioc. Jerome and George already owned West Coast Metal Stamping in Santa Ana. These two companies were then merged to form one large metal stamping facility.B & J Tool and Die, which is, 58, 000 sq. ft, owns our current facility. It was chosen for its high ceiling, many loading doors, 70, 000 sq. ft. paved yard and easy access to load and unload trucks inside our fenced yard. Also, the land has enough yard space to expand the current building by 9, 000 sq. ft., if we choose to do so in the future.Inside the building we have 33 employees coordinating the operation of 33 punch presses to 200 tons, Quality Assurance, Engineering, inventory warehouse, shipping and receiving and all administration offices.