Reader’s Digest recently named our next door neighbors, Bristol, as a finalist in their “Nicest Places in America” contest for 2019! Go see why.
Masters Machine Company passed a Re-Certification Audit to the AS9100 Rev D standard with only one minor non-conformance identified during the 4-day audit (May 14-17, 2018). The internal quality team, led by Director of Operations and Quality Management Representative Jason Masters, worked diligently to guarantee that Masters Machine would maintain its AS certification to remain… Continue Reading
Masters Machine Company passed its annual surveillance audit to the AS9100 Rev C standard with zero non-conformances identified during the 3-day audit (May 16-19). The internal quality team, led by Director of Operations and Quality Management Representative Jason Masters, worked tirelessly to ensure that Masters Machine would retain its good standing and prepare the company… Continue Reading
Masters Machine Company is proud to be a continuing supporter of the Pemaquid Watershed. Since 2009, MMC has sponsored the LaVerna Preserve as part of PWA’s Adopt-A-Trail Program. About LaVerna Preserve The Pemaquid Watershed Association (PWA) accepted the formal transfer from The Nature Conservancy (TNC) of the 120 -acre LaVerna Preserve in the village of… Continue Reading
To learn more about the community it serves, the Bristol Area Lions Club hit the road recently, touring Masters Machine Company in Round Pond. Hosted by company vice president George Masters, Jr., the Lions saw firsthand why Masters Machine’s tag line is “a measure of precision.” Started by George Masters Sr. and his sons in… Continue Reading
It was 1957. Ike was in the White House, poodle-skirts were the craze, Elvis was shaking up audiences, and gas prices were at an all-time high of 24 cents a gallon. And in the tiny coastal Maine village of Round Pond, George Masters and his wife Edith, were doing their best to raise their family…. Continue Reading