Barry Podmore launched the company that bears his name in 1982 with three Escomatic Screw Machines in a 1,200-square-foot facility. Leveraging his expertise in Swiss precision machining, Barry successfully created European style manufacturing in the United States.

Today, Podmore Manufacturing is an employee-owned company that operates 95 Swiss Escomatic and computer numerically controlled (CNC) Screw Machines in an immaculate 35,000-square-foot facility. The team has grown, too, doubling in size to more than 40 employees since 2010. We bring more than 40 years of single-minded dedication and the finest in computer-controlled micro manufacturing equipment to your project, satisfying strict tolerances and tough requirements for quality.

01. Every Part Matters. Every Dollar Counts.

The micro parts we make are often a very small piece of a greater whole, but they’re critically important to the success of the final product. That’s why consistent quality and precision matter most, whether you require a limited production run or hundreds of thousands of parts every week. With lights-out manufacturing and machines running around the clock, we’re able to drive down per-part costs while fulfilling orders according to tight project timelines.


02.  Committed to Sustainability

We are always looking for ways to preserve the environment. Every light bulb in our facility is an energy-efficient LED bulb, which dramatically reduces energy consumption for our 24/7 operation. Rather than shipping out barrel after barrel of waste oil, we developed a process for cleaning and reusing oil to power some of our equipment. We even recycle scrap from our machining processes, turning tiny metal shavings back into block of raw material for reuse.

Call 603.435.6747 or email today to take a closer look at how we can meet your challenges.

The History of Podmore


Barry Podmore comes to the United States, bringing his family and a decade of experience in Swiss precision machining.


Barry Podmore, Inc. is founded in Waltham, Massachusetts with two employees and three production machines in a 1,200-square-foot facility.


The company relocates to Woburn, Massachusetts with three employees and eight production machines in a 3,200-square-foot facility.


The company relocates to Pittsfield, New Hampshire with 4 employees and 12 production machines in a 4,000-square-foot facility.


The company earns ISO 9001 certification for quality management standards.


The company completes its most ambitious expansion to date, nearly tripling the number of production machines to 33 and more than quadrupling the size of its facility to 16,800 square feet as 10 employees move into a new location in Pittsfield, New Hampshire, where the company still operates today.


The Tornos CNC department is established with two Deco 10 machines.


Barry Podmore, Inc. becomes a 100 percent employee-owned company.


The manufacturing facility is expanded, more than doubling in square footage to its current size of 35,000 square feet.


The company is renamed to Podmore Manufacturing, Inc.


With more than 40 employees and 95 production machines, Podmore Manufacturing is capable of creating more than 140 million micro precision parts per year.