This month we sat down with the folks over at Monalex Manufacturing, Inc. out of Douglas, Massachusetts and presented them with a handful of questions that would best place their company in the spotlight. What you’re about to read is the meat of that conversation. If you have any further questions, or would like to learn more about Monalex – who are quite excited to announce that they’ve recently become ISO 9001:2015 certified – their contact information can be found at the end of this feature. Without further ado, please join us in learning all about Monalex Manufacturing, and what they’ve been working to accomplish within our industry for nearly three-decades...
Based in Center Ossipee, New Hampshire, Mitee-Bite Products, LLC began in 1986 in an oversized two-car garage where the original Mitee-Bite hex clamp was created to save time on a reoccurring production job. That first, simple job, to address a fairly straight forward pain point grew the company to become the innovator of compact, low-profile edge clamps for the CNC machining industry.
This month we sat down with the folks over at HORST Engineering out of Hartford, Connecticut and asked them all the hard questions that would best place their company in the spotlight. The following is the fruit of that conversation. Please join us in learning about all the fascinating work HORST Engineering has been producing since their inception in 1946.
County Heat Treat, located in Millbury, Massachusetts, was founded in 1967 and remains true to its roots as a family-owned and operated business in its second-generation of – as the name aptly suggests – a heat treat services provider. Currently owned and operated by Bill Nartowt, County Heat Treat is a company that strives to meet the needs of its customers that exist throughout New England. Whether it’s simple stress relief of a low carbon steel weldment or the exacting specifications of a helicopter drive shaft, County Heat Treat have “been there and done that,” and are capable of meeting any of your prospective thermal processing needs.
VentilationUSA LLC began its operative journey in 2002. The company was founded by owner/operator Richard Egan, who had years of service to the industry prior to starting his own business as a means to further his desire to offer exemplary ventilation solutions with bolstered customer service.
Aerospace Alloys, Inc. (AAI) was incorporated in 1980 as a supplier of specialty metals to support Pratt and Whitney. AAI is AS9100, ISO 9001 & Pratt and Whitney LCS approved and holds the latest certification levels. The company started out by offering cut to size pieces with simple machining operation and expanded to meet the ever growing needs of their customers.
For over 40 years, Merrimack Manufacturing Company (MMC), located in Bridgton Maine, has been loyally serving their customer base and stoutly growing their business – positioning themselves in the industry as a resource to help clients work through the entire manufacturing process, from prototype to production.
Chances are, you’ve seen the Dowling Corporation’s fleet of vehicles moving about the Seacoast area of New Hampshire as well as in Southern Maine and Northern Massachusetts, with their red and white graphics and friendly service technicians behind the wheel. There’s a good reason for this: as one of the leaders in the mechanical service industry, with a service radius that expands over 50 miles from its headquarters in Portsmouth, NH, the Dowling Corporation has been in the business of delivering best-in-class commercial mechanical service since 1961.
Founded in 1968 in Charlotte, North Carolina, Piedmont Plastics is a wholesale distributor of plastic sheet, rod, tube, and film products. Today, they are a North American company with recent regional local ties (as of 2019) in Londonderry, NH, and Agawam, MA, providing an assortment of solutions to their customers by way of delivering expert product knowledge, local inventory, an array of value-added services, all tied together with a comprehensive team approach. This adds to two other locations in the Boston and Albany , NY to complete their coverage of the Northern New England marketplace.
Arundel Machine manufactures products to support the US Department of Defense, the US Navy, as well as others—all with stringent level one and safety critical requirements. They’re also proud to serve the oil and gas industry with level one subsea components that sustain the extreme pressures and temperatures of the ocean floor.