Bristol Business Unveils New Corporate Logo

Photo (c) Arthur G. Russell Company

The Arthur G. Russell Company, Inc. (AGR), a provider of state-of-the-art automatic assembly equipment, announced today that it has launched a new logo to better reflect the company’s vision for the future of automation and its commitment to serving the global automation community. The new logo — which depicts a globe encircled by a gear — will feature prominently on the company’s web site and corporate materials.

“We have always been a world leader in automation, and we want our identity to reflect that,” said Jason Ensminger, Executive Vice President of AGR. “The new logo represents the company as modern and growing while supporting its vision for the future. The logo has changed to better represent what the company is today.”

Since 1945, Arthur G. Russell has been an innovator in the field of high-speed automated assembly systems. The company designs, builds, installs, and supports world-class assembly, test, inspection, and packaging systems. Serving a wide range of industries and specializing in ultra-high-volume medical devices and consumer products, it provides custom solutions for even the most demanding automation applications.

“While the logo has changed to better represent the future of the company, our core values remain the same,” said Bob Ensminger, CEO. “Our industry expertise and use of technology emphasizes our forward-thinking approach.”

An updated corporate website will be introduced as well ( It will mirror the new identity and showcase the company’s strengths, products and services.

The Arthur G. Russell Co., Inc. (AGR) designs and develops innovative automatic assembly equipment for the medical device, consumer, and electronics industries. AGR can provide complete systems which include adhesive application and curing, welding, high-speed inspection, labeling and filling and provide the integration required for turnkey systems.

Headquartered in Bristol, Connecticut, The Arthur G. Russell Co. is an ISO 9001:2015 registered privately held company with over 70 years of experience designing, building, installing, and supporting world class assembly, test, inspection, and packaging systems.

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