- A trade association founded in 1943 to advocate for tool and die workers
- Key focus areas of workforce development and government advocacy
- Offers several member benefits as well as an online educational portal
First founded in 1943 as part of an effort to convince the federal government that tool and die workers were skilled laborers who should be exempt from the World War II draft, the Connecticut Tooling & Machining Association continues to make workforce development and government relations a key part of its work. The organization supports initiatives such as education, legislative advocacy, and community outreach on behalf of tooling and machining industries.
Who’s it for?
Tooling and machining businesses.