In June, Collins Machine Works (CMW) received a welcome visit in Charleston, South Carolina. Justin Byrum, director of the Virginia-class... View Article
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Based near one of the most important commercial and military ports in the world, Collins Machine Works (CMW) maintains a... View Article
As the command ship for the U.S. Navy’s Sixth Fleet, the USS Mount Whitney represents all that Collins Machine Works (CMW) strives for: excellence in engineering and quality construction that’s meant to last a lifetime.
In our effort to inspire the next generation and help them accomplish excellence in our field, CMW has paired with Tidewater Community College to create an Apprenticeship program that challenges students while not just allowing them to learn a new trade, but become the very best at what they do.
As we continue to strive for excellence, it’s important to make sure our shops can keep up with our desire to constantly improve. That’s why we recently added a new machine to our shop, the Mazak QTN 450 II.
No matter what the job, Collins Machine Works always goes above and beyond to exceed expectations. Recently, we helped sponsor and staff the Jack and Katie Twine Memorial Golf Tournament, an annual charity event that supports the Christmas Basket campaign fund.
CMW’s specialized professional team exceeds our client’s expectations, allowing them to cut their downtime and get back to production faster.
Here at Collins Machine Works we believe that the youth are essential to changing our world for the better and encourage children to become leaders.
Our new Collins Machine Works brochure features information about CMW and how we work to exceed client expectations.
This year we’ll be attending the South Carolina Environmental Conference (SCEC) from March 13-15th. CMW will be at booth 109, stop in and join us.