One more phase of the on-going NEAP refurbishments and plant modernisation in the re-birth of the business was celebrated on Thursday 26 January 2017 with the opening of its new engineering area and newly designed trademark logo, hence it was thought the perfect time to have a small celebration!
The new Engineering area, or more accurately an “integrated process team “area has been created to provide a brighter, fresher and more communicative environment to encourage new ideas, and thought processes to solve the complex requirements of advanced manufacturing. The new environment will also hopefully assist in attracting additional new talent from local universities and colleges as the company grows its headcount.
The company has now been re-branded to capitalize on the heritage of the name and create strong US brand recognition within our industry. The logo has been designed with a retro –modern feel that symbolises the deep historic roots of the company with a go-forward attitude as it assertively faces the challenges of the market place of the future.
The company is fully committed to being transparent with its stakeholders and business associates that are helping establish and support its growing platform that is being created in the United States. As such, the guests included Customers, the State of Connecticut, Farmington Business Development, Universities, Banks and individuals who have supported us on this journey so far.
The company looks forward to its next milestone event later this year as completes its next phase of improvements to the manufacturing facility.
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Corporate Strategy and Communications
About Pietro Rosa TBM
Pietro Rosa TBM is an international leading manufacturer of compressor airfoils and mission critical components in the energy, aerospace, oil & gas and marine markets. Pietro Rosa TBM has plants located in Europe and USA.
The group invests heavily in R&D and innovation and has built up its intellectual property in hot forming, machining and surface finishing technologies through a solid collaboration with universities and research centers globally.