U.S. Sen. Christopher Murphy of Connecticut has named Joining Technologies in East Granby, CT as one of Murphy’s Monday Manufacturers.
Murphy’s Monday Manufacturers “recognize the best and brightest of manufacturing in our state,” the Senator said.
“I am proud to honor an organization like Joining Technologies for their invaluable role in fostering our economy and supporting our workforce. The example you set as business innovator and community leader brings honor and distinction to the State of Connecticut,” Murphy said. “The manufacturing industry plays a crucial role throughout Connecticut communities, creating new jobs and accelerating our state’s economic recovery.”
Joining Technologies services include precision laser welding, electron beam (EB) and gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), machine shop services and supply chain management. Using state-of-the art technology, Joining Technologies develops innovative, high-quality solutions for industries nationwide — including aerospace, medical devices, automotive, energy and national defense.
Got a project with technically challenging requirements? That’s just the type of project Joining Technologies specializes in.
For example, JT won a contract from the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command to design, manufacture and deliver a series of on-board battery power systems.
These systems support the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division. Joining Technologies leveraged its expertise in metallurgy, laser welding, machining and supply chain management to deliver the first prototypes to the Navy in 2016.
“We’re honored to have been chosen for such an important program for the Navy,” says Jay Drew, senior program manager at JT. “These power systems bring greater efficiencies to U.S. naval aviation operations around the world.”
Joining Technologies routinely seeks out customers with unique and technically challenging requirements.