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You can have a future in manufacturing!

Manufacturing is woven into the historical fabric of Berkshire County and represents a key industry base. Once dominated by a handful of large industries, the economic landscape of the county is now comprised of smaller, niche-manufacturers, who specialize in areas including paper, plastics, medical devices, and aeronautics. These industries represent the future of high-tech manufacturing in Berkshire County.  Berkshire Community College, along with the Berkshire Innovation Center are committed to promoting the many new and exciting educational and career opportunities that now exist in manufacturing. 

 

Manufacturing in the Berkshires:

 

Interprint, Inc.
Pittsfield, MA

Interprint’s print products decorate the surfaces of numerous wood-based panels that are processed into furniture and flooring and used for interior finishing. 

This night stand is constructed with engineered panels that are surfaced with Interprint’s Swiss Elm design, printed as a film-based decorative overlay called Premeer. The mixed oak laminate flooring in the background is another example of an Interprint product.

 

Boyd Technologies, Inc.
Lee, MA

Boyd's corporate philosophy is to provide "advanced materials for a safe, clean, healthy world". This philosophy stands at the core of their business and inspires both the products they manufacture and the behaviors they exhibit.

Boyd works with composites, extruded nets, films, foams, foils, membranes, nonwovens, technical papers, and technical textiles. These flexible materials are used in technical applications across the medical, electrical, and consumer markets. 

 

General Dynamics Mission Systems
Pittsfield, MA

General Dynamics Mission Systems’ System Integration Lab (shown in photo) enables engineers to combine open architecture with an open business model allowing General Dynamics to provide the U.S. Navy with the most capable, affordable and flexible surface system solutions. Their state-of-the-art Surface Systems serve as the technological backbone for the Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) and the Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF). General Dynamics Mission Systems brings together diverse talents, histories and capabilities that resonate across their business. Today, the company has an established global presence in secure communications systems, command and control systems, imagery sensors and cyber products.

 

 


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