TOMZ Corporation will be exhibiting at the 32nd annual North American Spine Society Annual Meeting held in Orlando, Florida. The dates of the meeting are October 25-27, 2017. TOMZ offers 28 years of experience providing precision manufacturing services for the medical implant field. TOMZ focuses on being highly specialized in this increasingly competitive and diverse industry, making them industry experts. TOMZ continues to improve processes and equipment in order to stay ahead of their competition. TOMZ will be giving virtual reality tours of their Berlin, Connecticut facility all from the comfort of booth 1637.
August 18, 2017- W kwietniu br. Tomasz Matuleniec przejął stery od ojca i objął stanowisko prezesa rodzinnego biznesu – Tomz Corporation z siedzibą w Berlinie w stanie Connecticut. 31-letni Tomasz swoją karierę w zakładzie zaczął już w wieku 8 lat, pomagając ojcu. Dziś śmieje się, że na awans na prezesa musiał pracować aż 23 lata. Firma TOMZ obecnie rozwija się coraz bardziej dynamicznie, a rozwój ten jest częściowo rezultatem wielu lat ciężkiej pracy, a częściowo efektem nowoczesnego sposobu zarządzania wdrożonego przez młodego prezesa, z którym rozmawia „Biały Orzeł”. READ MORE
July 26, 2017- Connecticut based TOMZ Corporation is proud to reintroduce it’s unprecedented Training Academy. During 6 weeks of paid training, candidates are given the tools to shape themselves into a TOMZ Machine Operator. First developed in 2014, TOMZ Training Academy has brought in approximately 30 new employees and has helped ease the effects of the manufacturing skills gap that is happening in the United States. First developed in 2014, TOMZ Training Academy has brought in approximately 30 new employees and has helped ease the effects of the manufacturing skills gap that is happening in the United States. READ MORE
July 13,2017- Enduring on their mission to continuously improve technology, TOMZ Corporation purchased two new Citizen machines; an M4 series 20 V as well as an M4 series 32 VII. The M4 series has 8 axes and can machine up to Ø20 mm while the M32VII has 9 axes and machines up to Ø32mm. Both machines boast larger tool stations than older model machines. As a medical device manufacturer, technology upgrades are critical due to the complexity of the devices TOMZ Corporation manufactures. read more…
July 10, 2017- Tom Matulaniec was 8 when he began helping his father at his Berlin company, TOMZ Corp., launching a 23-year journey that in April would see him named president of the manufacturer specializing in implantable parts for the medical industry. “I joke it’s the longest anyone’s waited for a promotion,” said Matulaniec, 31.
TOMZ represents initials of Matulaniec family members: Tom; sister, Ola; mother, Maria; and father, Zbig, who started the company in 1988 and is CEO, but at 65, has largely handed operating reins to his son. Ola and Maria do not work in the business. READ MORE
JUNE 22, 2017– OMTEC 2017 was a first for the TOMZ Team, we were ecstatic to see so many people taking the time to learn what TOMZ is all about. We like to keep things interesting which is why we decided to raffle off a certified official Tom Brady jersey (no, not the missing game jersey!).
May 12, 2017 – TOMZ Corp., a Berlin-based manufacturer of parts for the medical device, health care, laboratory diagnostic and aerospace industries, announced that Tom Matulaniec has transitioned from vice president to president. He had been vice president the past seven years. READ MORE
November 28, 2016 – TOMZ Corp., a technology manufacturing company based in Berlin, Conn., is now being powered by a 1.12 MW solar project. TOMZ owns and operates the system, which was developed and built by turnkey energy solutions provider Dynamic Energy. TOMZ, whose 95,000-square-foot building houses approximately 120 employees, says the power produced by the solar array both reduces the company’s carbon footprint and significantly lowers operating costs.
February 15, 2016– This company (TOMZ) can run its operations safely since it has implemented a mini-nut locking system specifically for Swiss-type automatic lathes. Cutting tool change-outs were sometimes a painful undertaking at TOMZ Corporation in Berlin, Connecticut. Operator injuries were occurring on some of the Swiss-type machines. The work areas, especially the small machine models, offer limited room for operators to change out worn or broken tools.
August 5, 2014 – Gov. Dannel P. Malloy visited TOMZ Corporation, a leading machining companies in Connecticut, to announce the company will expand and build a new training center at its existing 95,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Berlin. As part of the $2.3 million project, TOMZ will increase its production to meet growing demand and add 30 new jobs to its current workforce of 123 employees.