New Britain's Admill Machine is Murphy's Monday Manufacturer

Published on Monday, 3 December 2018 19:16
Written by Karla Santos


NEW BRITAIN – U.S. Senator Chris Murphy selected manufacturer since 1988, Admill Machine as his “Murphy’s Monday Manufacturer.”

Admill Machine recently celebrated its 30th anniversary with employees, Mayor Erin Stewart and other city officials.

The aerospace and precision machine manufacturer has a concentration in 3D milling, wire Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) and turning.

The company recently opened a 22,000 square foot facility, located adjacently from its 34,000 square foot plant on John Downey Drive.

“The aerospace industry in Connecticut is booming, and it’s because of companies like Admill Machine,” Murphy said. “Admill manufactures aircraft parts and equipment used to keep our country safe. I want to congratulate them on celebrating 30 years of manufacturing and service to New Britain.”

The company also focuses on lean manufacturing which has helped in its development of cellular manufacturing and flow lines.

Admill Machine serves the power generation and aerospace industries. Among the company’s largest customers are General Electric, Rolls Royce, ITP Aero and Pratt & Whitney.

“Admill Machine benefits greatly by being in ‘Aerospace Alley,’” Bob Murphy, Sales Manager, said. “Most everything that we would require to fulfill an OEM requirement can be found within a 70 mile radius of New Britain. This includes raw materials, coatings, heat treat, etc. The collection of expertise in our small area cannot be matched in the same size anywhere in the world.” 

In 2007 the growing business had only 21 employees but it currently serves as an employer to 140 individuals. The company’s management team said that along with 30 years in business and the opening of a new plant, Admill Machine celebrated its employees, who are often incentivized to help meet the business’ goals.

“We have nurtured a team environment where we have certain company goals, if the goals are met, there are bonuses paid out quarterly,” Jeffrey Hiller, President of the company, said.

The new facility is working with newer technology such as automation and computer controlled inspection equipment to reach high productivity.

Admill Machine works with Central Connecticut State University’s engineering program by providing internship and training to students. Murphy’s announcement stated that the company has averaged 30 percent yearly growth over the last three years. Admill Machine was established in Bristol in 1988 by Krzysztof Rucz. The company has been moved to different locations throughout the years and 10 years ago it was moved to its current location.

To learn more about Admill Machine call 860-356-0330.

Karla Santos can be reached at 860-801-5079 or

Posted in The Bristol Press, General Business, on Monday, 3 December 2018 19:16. Updated: Monday, 3 December 2018 19:18.