Demand For TMC's Ultra-Quiet Surfaces Leads to 4th Building Expansion Since 1990

Thursday, May 31, 2007

PEABODY, Massachusetts,Continued customer demand for Technical Manufacturing Corporation (TMC) precision floor vibration isolation systems has fueled the company’s fourth building expansion in the last 15 years.

The additional 9,000 square feet of manufacturing space includes large clean assembly areas to assemble, clean, and package systems bound for semiconductor factories and semiconductor equipment makers, pharmaceuticals, medical research labs, and advanced photonics facilities. The addition also includes a state-of-the-art welding facility and increased manufacturing space.

With few exceptions, TMC products are conceived, developed, and manufactured at our Peabody, MA, factory,” said Steve Ryan, vice president of marketing. “Our world-class R&D and state-of-the-art manufacturing processes stimulate constant innovation and new product introductions that solve our customers’ most difficult building floor vibration problems.”

TMC purchased the present site in Peabody, Massachusetts, and constructed the original 35,000-square-foot building in 1984. The current expansion brings the building to 80,000 square feet on an 11-acre site. Dedicated to manufacturing TMC’s precision vibration isolation systems, the facility was specifically designed and built to include many custom features which enable the efficient manufacturing, handling, assembly, testing, and packaging of TMC’s growing product line.

TMC designs and manufactures precision vibration isolation systems for sensitive research and manufacturing processes worldwide. The ISO 9001-certified company’s products are standards in the semiconductor manufacturing, life sciences, and photonics industries and are also used in academic, industrial, and military research projects.

Steve Ryan Technical Manufacturing Corp.