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Talking Shop with Columbia Manufacturing CEO Robert Friedland

One-on-One Interview with Made in America Podcast Robert Friedland joined CMI in 2018 with over 30 years of experience leading industrial manufacturing companies to achieve profitable growth and operational excellence. Over the last four years, he has applied lessons learned to guide our company to new heights.In this video interview, Rob talks candidly about his passion for manufacturing, his commitment to our customers and employees, and his vision to meet and exceed

March 16th, 2022|Event, News, Video|

Columbia Manufacturing Announces Senior Level Appointments

PRESS RELEASE COLUMBIA, CT, -- February 8, 2022 - Columbia Manufacturing, Inc., (CMI), a leading supplier of precision metal components for domestic and international turbine engines, announced two key appointments to its engineering team in support of increasing new part activity. The new hires bring to the Company significant technical, aviation production, and overhaul and repair expertise. Dan Lam, Engineering Manager, joins CMI with over 35 years of aerospace experience at

February 8th, 2022|Press Release|

CMI On the Road with Made in America

Columbia Manufacturing CEO Robert Friedland talked with Ari Santiago on location at ACM 2021. The podcast begins two signature questions, what do you make and why do you make it.CMI is poised for unprecedented growth in 2022 and beyond. Navigating supply chain issues and workforce challenges require focus and innovation. As the largest employer in the small town of Columbia, Conn., Mr. Friedland discusses the importance of having a strong presence in

January 24th, 2022|Event, News, Video|

CMI Automates Welding Capabilities with New Equipment

In preparation for unprecedented growth, we have invested in upgrading our welding capabilities and capacity by acquiring and installing a new Jetline® automated welding system. This new capability increases efficiency and throughput while effectively utilizing resources. The welding system has a 360-degree reach of nine feet radially and can rise to 10 feet high. It can be programmed to weld multiple components in series, reducing transition and setup times.

December 8th, 2021|News|
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