Methuen’s New England Die Cutting Recognized at State House

David and Kimberly Abare, vice president and president of Methuen’s New England Die Cutting

David and Kimberly Abare, vice president and president of Methuen’s New England Die Cutting

The Methuen-based New England Die Cutting was recently recognized at the Massachusetts State House as part of the 4th Annual Manufacturing Month Award Ceremony, honoring manufacturers across the Commonwealth.

For the past 30 years, New England Die Cutting has offered solutions through die-cutting, laser-cutting, molding, fabrication/assembly, and waterjet cutting. The company has evolved from a garage with a few manual die-cutting machines to a 70,000 square foot facility facilitating solutions through high quality products such as EMI/RFI absorbers, insulators, thermal pads, tapes, gaskets, and epoxy preforms.

New England Die Cutting is an SBA, woman-owned business that employs over 55 people. The company was nominated for the Manufacturing Day honor by State Senator Diana DiZoglio (D-Methuen), a member of the legislature’s Manufacturing Caucus.

“Local manufacturers like New England Die Cutting are the backbone of our economy, in the Merrimack Valley and across the Commonwealth, and essential to ensuring job creation and growth,” said DiZoglio. “I was honored to nominate this great company, an exceptional example of American ingenuity that provides jobs across a wide spectrum of the Massachusetts workforce, for this recognition.”