About MRP Manufacturing – Quality products machined in USA

We’ve got your back!

When you need tools in days not weeks, MRP is your go-to source.  We pride ourselves in being the “911” of the pocketbook grip industry, filling orders faster than all the competition. We have your back when you need tools in a hurry due to storms, accidents or discovering the correct tools are not on hand.  All products are made in Pittsfield, NH using a US supply chain.

A niche with an impact.

The situations are endless: a line down over the Mississippi River blocking cargo ships, Hurricane Maria, a rush order for a scheduled outage at the Hoover Dam or the daily business of building or updating critical transmission or fiberoptic infrastructure. Delivering tools within a week is business as usual because reliable electricity is something we all count on.

Industry leading delivery

90% of orders are custom milled and shipped in 1-4 days


MRP Manufacturing, LLC is a nimble, family-owned small business.

2003 – Mark Paulin founded MRP Machine Company, in Farmington, NH in 2003 after purchasing the equipment inventory from his prior employer where he ran the manufacturing department.

2009 – We started making pocketbook grips in 2009 at the request of a local line construction company because they couldn’t get tools in a timely way. We soon learned that lead time was a national problem, and our pocketbook grip division was born.

2016 – MRP Machine became MRP Manufacturing, LLC when we purchased our own building and moved to Pittsfield, NH. As the company grew, Cyndi and Matt Paulin also joined the business.

In addition to our pocketbook grip tools, MRP Manufacturing makes a full line of performance after-market air intake automotive parts which can be seen at PerformanceMRP.com.

Our core values:

  • Customer service: Listen. Be responsive. Be friendly. Get it right.
  • Focus on what we do well. Do more of that.
  • Employees are people too. Team-work and problem-solving is half the fun.
  • Treat others the way we would want to be treated. (We think that’s a pretty darn good rule.)
  • Learn. Learn. Learn. Otherwise, things just get boring.
  • Make a mistake? Fix it. Learn.

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