On May 9, Connecticut’s Chief Manufacturing Officer, Paul Lavoie, will meet with HorbergIndustries and tour the company’s Bridgeport, CT facility.

In his role as Chief Manufacturing Officer, Lavoie meets regularly with manufacturing companies throughout the state to discuss their concerns, challenges, and needs. He then brings those issues to our state government so they can be addressed, serving as a liaison between our state’s manufacturers and Connecticut’s government policymakers.

“I’m looking forward to meeting with Paul to discuss how Horberg Industries plays an important role within the aerospace and defense industries and within the state of Connecticut”, Bob Leety, CEO of Horberg Industries said.

About Horberg Industries

Founded on a passion for precision and a commitment to helping others, Horberg Industries embodies the core values of our founder, William Horberg. In 1935, Horberg set up shop as Centerless Grinding Works in the shipping department of a machine tool company in Bridgeport, CT. In 1953, the name was changed to Horberg Grinding Industries to reflect the Company’s expanding capabilities.

As the Aerospace and Defense industries grew and evolved, so did their need for critical tolerance fasteners. With the advent of the precision centerless ground taper pin, Horberg quickly became the go-to source for precision dowels, taper pins, and shafts. In 1993, the company changed its name to Horberg Industries, Inc., providing precision components to Aerospace, Defense, Medical and Industrial enterprises, as well as Government, Public, and Private industries.

Today, Horberg Industries seamlessly blends processes, innovation, cutting-edge tooling, and robust systems with the strong family and business values that characterized our inception. As a US-based supplier, customer, employer, corporate citizen, and community member, we proudly uphold this legacy. Explore our website to learn more. For more information, contact

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