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Roll-Kraft announces additions to staff

July 11, 2011

Roll-Kraft, a producer of tube and pipe roll tooling and roll forming roll tooling in Mentor, Ohio, has made several staff appointments. Roderick Paris has been named account manager. He previously worked in sales, marketing, and management positions at Nuconsteel, Tyco Intl., Kroy Building...

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Mixed signals: Hiring rate declines in July; recruiting difficulty rises

July 11, 2011

Manufacturers and service-sector companies will add jobs at a lower rate in July compared with a year ago, yet HR professionals are still struggling to recruit workers for key positions, according to the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM) Leading Indicators of National Employment (LINE)...

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Metals industry faces major OSHA crackdown, veteran OSHA defense attorney warns

June 30, 2011

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is getting tough on hazards in the so-called primary metals industries, and this means just about any plant that extracts or refines metals like iron, lead, nickel or tin will face multiple OSHA inspections, wrote LeClairRyan attorney Joseph...

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Fronius announces plans for new U.S. headquarters in Portage, Ind.

June 30, 2011

Austria-based Fronius International GmbH, a developer and manufacturer of battery charging systems, welding technology, and solar electronics, has announced plans to launch its U.S. headquarters in Portage, Ind., in the third quarter of 2012. Indiana Governor Mitchell E. Daniels and Portage Mayor...

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Hypertherm named "Business of the Year" by Business NH Magazine

June 28, 2011

Hypertherm, a U.S.-based manufacturer of metal cutting products, has announced its selection as a 2011 Business of the Year by Business New Hampshire Magazine. The award recognizes businesses for outstanding business and civic contributions. One of nine New Hampshire businesses honored,...

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Marmon/Keystone expands Monterrey operation

June 27, 2011

Marmon/Keystone, Butler, Pa., has doubled the size of its Monterrey, Mexico, location to a total of 54,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space. The company also has added to the plan two cranes and a Hyd-Mech 20-in., automatic, high-speed band with miter cutting capabilities. The company, a wholesale...

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Endress+Hauser opens manufacturing plant in Indiana - TheFabricator.com

Endress+Hauser opens manufacturing plant in Indiana

June 27, 2011

Endress+Hauser has opened a new temperature instrument production facility in Greenwood, Ind. The 12,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing plant builds temperature sensors, thermowells, transmitters, recorders, flow computers, safety barriers, displays, and other instrumentation for customers in North and...

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Toyota Industrial Equipment Mfg. names new president

June 27, 2011

Toyota has announced that Toyota Industrial Equipment Mfg. Inc. (TIEM), Irvine, Calif., has named a new president. Toshiya Yamagishi is now president of TIEM, as well as president of Toyota Industries North America Inc.; vice chairman of Toyota Material Handling North America (TMHNA) of Columbus,...

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3M wins American Technology Award for abrasives platform

June 27, 2011

The Cubitron II abrasives technology platform from 3M, St. Paul, Minn., has won the TechAmerica Foundation's American Technology Award in the manufacturing category. Also known as the Termans — in honor of Frederick Terman, the late Stanford University engineering professor who is widely regarded...

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Hynes Industries names four vice presidents

June 27, 2011

Hynes Industries, a North American supplier and processor of steel and nonferrous metals in Youngstown, Ohio, has announced four new leadership position changes. Patrick A. Montana has been named vice president – operations and is responsible for the manufacturing functions of the company as a...

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United Performance Metals named one of Cincinnati's top places to work

June 27, 2011

Enquirer Media has ranked United Performance Metals as 28th on its Top Places to Work 2011 list for greater Cincinnati and northern Kentucky. Companies on the list stood out as organizations that operate on strong values and ethics, provide employees with opportunities to learn and grow in their...

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AK Steel recognized for best operational improvements

June 22, 2011

AK Steel has received an award for Best Operational Improvements from American Metal Market (AMM), a metal industry publication. The award recognizes the company for making more than $180 million in capital investments at its steel plants in Butler, Pa., and Zanesville, Ohio. These investments...

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20 students earn manufacturing scholarships from FMA

June 20, 2011

Twenty students seeking careers in manufacturing each earned $1,500 toward their college or trade school education from the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, Intl. (FMA). This year FMA awarded manufacturing scholarships totaling $30,000. The 2011 winners are: Nicholas Cullum,...

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Serapid hires marketing manager

June 20, 2011

Serapid Group, Sterling Heights, Mich., has appointed Bonnie Taube to the position of marketing manager for North America and Europe. She is responsible for coordinating global marketing, developing the corporate brand identity, and generating new project opportunities. Taube has more than 15...

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CCAT expands Advanced Manufacturing Center

June 20, 2011

Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology Inc. (CCAT), East Hartford, Conn., has expanded its Advanced Manufacturing Center (AMC) to include a machining applications laboratory. At the AMC, new technologies are evaluated, proven, and transferred to production. The center allows for development...

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