DMT Diamond Machining Technology, manufactured in Massachusetts since 1976, reported an uptick in the interest of USA-made products and services.
“We have seen in when people ask at trade shows around the country and also on inquiries here at the plant,” said Stacy Brandon, director of marketing for the Marlborough, Mass.-based maker of sharpening tools. “We are very proud of still being a ‘Made in the USA’ company and truly meaning it.”
In the last five years, DMT has aggressively opened new markets in Europe and Asia; today its export business accounts for 25% of the company’s total revenue. The company said that even during the height of the recession, DMT was able to boost sales by 18%.