Over 48 Years Experience with Thousands
of Satisfied Customers World Wide
The Innovative, Reliable, Worldwide Specialists in Packaging Equipment
New England Machinery, Inc. was founded over 45 years ago by a group of packaging engineers. Today we have thousands of machines worldwide on every continent.
As opposed to outsourcing we in-source, giving us unparalleled control over the lead time, cost and
quality of our equipment. Machinery is designed by our in-house engineering team and is born of raw
material that travels through our machine shop, welding, fabrication, assembly, tuning, and quality
control to become your state-of-the-art container handling machine.
We are committed to building lasting relationships with our customers. This is the reason every machine
we have built since our inception is still supported 24/7 by NEM experts on our dedicated service team.
New England Machinery is a Certified Woman Owned Business and is proud to have received the: Export
Achievement Award from the US Commercial Service; the Florida Governor’s Business Diversification
Award for Export Excellence; and Sterling Finalist Award for Manufacturing and Business Excellence.
Even more impressive is our company-wide commitment to safety, achieving over 3 years without injuries or incidents.
We frequently get asked where the ‘New England’ part of our name comes from when people find out
we are located in Bradenton, Florida. Though we have been located here since 1989, NEM was founded
in the New England region of the United States in 1974, specifically Stamford, Connecticut.
- Material Handling
- Inspection/Rejection Stations
- Pump Sorters and Placers
- Scoop Feeders
- Spout Inserters
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