By Richard Laurenzi (President)
Like so many small manufacturers in our area, our earliest sales were made in Connecticut, then metro New York and New Jersey, and on to Massachusetts. All these locations were within driving distance for sales calls and deliveries by our founder, Michael Pugliese.
As the years passed, our reputation for high-quality on-time work grew, and through our sales efforts, targeted advertisements, and referrals from satisfied customers, so did our client list. Also, as the years passed, we closed sales with larger corporations with multiple locations, which expanded our reach.
Today, we have accounts throughout the entire United States.
Our Deep Draw customers reside in many states, including:
- New Hampshire
- New York
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
We also provide deep draw stamping services to a number of international customers, including in:
- United Kingdom
A Connecticut Deep Draw Stamping Company with Global Reach
Deep drawn metal applications and components are a specialty in our southwestern section of Connecticut, with a heavy concentration in the greater Waterbury area. Prospect Machine Products is located in the small town of Prospect on a hill overlooking the city of Waterbury and the surrounding towns of Cheshire and Naugatuck. Our facility is nestled between two residential streets. The borders of our property are lined with New England hardwoods and evergreens. The house our founder built is a stone’s throw west of our location.
I wonder if Michael Pugliese, while he was driving the roads and highways of New England looking for new customers and new business, dreamt of the day that his skills as a toolmaker and businessman would render precision deep draw metal components of such high quality that they would be sought after and sold throughout our country – and around the world.
At Prospect Machine Products, we’re honored to be carrying on his legacy of exceptional work and proud to partner with outstanding U.S. and international organizations from our beautiful little corner of Connecticut.