Axenics hosted Congresswoman Lori Trahan at our facility in Tyngsboro, MA, to discuss our current manufacturing supply chain challenge and the CHIPS Act.
Mya Jones is the newest member of the welding team at Axenics. She began full-time with us after graduating from Greater Lowell Technical High School with a focus on metal fabrication.
Employee benefits and retention are two things taken very seriously at Axenics. We foster a collaborative environment in all departments. Apply today!
The engineering and design team at Axenics works with customers and prospects on their designs and automates processes on the production floor.
We’re excited to see the expansion of clean hydrogen energy as part of the recently-passed U.S. infrastructure bill. We predict a growing demand for next-generation...
A trusted outsource partner that provides manufacturing assembly services can help manufacturers boost their output. Outsourced assembly services can also help all tiers of manufacturers save money on training and equipment.
Contract welding entails a manufacturer hiring an outside partner to produce welds on components or welds on final products based on the hiring manufacturer’s design and specifications.
Despite the ongoing pandemic, this is a banner year for U.S. manufacturing, specifically the semiconductor industry. In fact, we’re experiencing our busiest year to date....
Axenics’ metals and plastics facilities are now under one roof, conveniently located off Route 3 in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts. Find us at 200 Business Park Drive, Tyngsboro, MA, 01879.
We created a new, free resource for you, Custom Plastics Solutions for All Manufacturing Tiers, to help with potential pain points.