BRISTOL - The Arthur G. Russell Company has over 70 years of experience in developing automated assembly systems.
"We're a unique business," said Jason Ensminger, executive vice president.
Ensminger said the company will take on any project, adding that it specializes in medical device assembly. Some examples include syringes, IV products and blood collection tubes.
The unique thing about the Arthur G. Russell Company is that if they don't have a platform that suits a customer's needs, they won't force something onto them that isn't right.
"If it doesn't exist, we'll design it and build it from scratch," Ensminger said.
"We don't sell a certain product line," Ensminger continued. "The people that work for us are talented, and we sell their talent."
The Arthur G. Russell Company started in 1945 with five employees. Over time the company grew to employ 60 people that focused efforts on custom machinery to produce nails, stranded small wire cable, packaged meat, bailed newspaper and small assembled electrical components.
Today, the company has 155 full-time employees. These include mechanical and electrical engineers, electricians and machine assembly technicians. The company also has a full machine shop.
Ensminger said the Arthur G. Russell Company treats its employees very well and treats its customers just as well as employees. One company has been doing business with Arthur G. Russell since the 1960's, he added.
"We build relationships with our customers that last decades," Ensminger said.
For more information on the Arthur G. Russell Company, which is located at 750 Clark Ave., visit its website at arthurgrussell.com. Business inquiries can be made by calling 860-583-4109 and asking for Vice President of Sales Bill Mis or Customer Service Manager David Aquilino.
Justin Muszynski can be reached at 860-973-1809 or firstname.lastname@example.org.