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Mitchell in Nest

Wisconsin-based company wins award for bringing jobs home Mitchell Metal Products, of Merrill, Wisc., received the first National Reshoring Award on Thursday, given in recognition of the company’s success bringing manufacturing back home to the United States. The award, given by The Reshoring Initiative and the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA), honors “a company that has […]

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Cass Appeal

Minnesota machining company rebrands and revamps Cass Screw Machine Products, LLC, of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, has announced the renaming of the company to Cass Precision Machining. The company also launched a new website, it announced in a press release October 3. Cass produces precision machined parts for OEMs throughout the USA and internationally. It has […]

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Power Move

ABB buys GE’s industrial solutions unit for $2.6 billion Swiss power firm ABB said it will buy General Electric’s industrial solutions unit for $2.6 billion, the companies announced Monday. For ABB, the acquisition targets a number one spot in the electrification market, where it currently competes with Schneider in utilities equipment services and power grid […]

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Going the Distance

Marv’s Motor Shop services a great wide area in Big Sky Country Every so often we hear of individuals who set up their own shop on top of initial electric motor repair experience. They just usually don’t manage to attain a 400-mile customer radius from a 5,000-square foot shop with five employees. That’s the case […]

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Hard Hat, Lunch Bucket

Alaskan veteran awarded for electromechanical experience Joel Spano, of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and an Eagle River (AK) resident, was given the Hard Hat of the Year Award for 2017. Spano was awarded the prestigious accolade in the construction field for “his dedication to public service and eagerness to accomplish more to support […]

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Come to the Zoo

Reliability, Process, and Maintenance Symposium in Kalamazoo The Reliability, Process, and Maintenance (RPM) Symposium will take place September 27th and 28th in Kalamazoo, Mich., this year. Familiar names from the pages of EA will be present, including Howard Penrose, who will speak during the kick-off presentation Wednesday 9/27. The event is sponsored by Siemens and HECO, with […]

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Feel the Byrne

EMR B-More taps new Ops Mgr Electric Motor Repair Company, a provider of service, repair, installation and sales to the commercial kitchen and industrial motor sectors, announced that Joseph Byrne has been named operations manager of its Baltimore branch. In his new role, Byrne will be responsible for operations out of EMR’s headquarters, including leading more than […]

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MAC Exodus

Manufacturing Advisory Council disbanded, plants continue to close The Manufacturing Advisory Council was one of two such business advisory assemblies disbanded Wednesday afternoon following the departure of multiple CEOs over the previous two days. These departures included Inge Thulin, CEO of St. Paul, Minnesota-based 3M, and Rich Kyle of The Timken Company (headquartered in North Canton, […]

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Night in Day

Electrical engineer in Oregon builds eclipse-catered house August 21st is a big day…with a little bit of night. The most complete solar eclipse in recent memory will glaze its way right across the United States like an award-winner’s ribbon, carving an almost perfect diagonal pathway from Oregon to South Carolina. One electrical engineer in that […]

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All-Purpose

Oregon repairman opening auto-industrial shop An Oregon man is aiming to fill a niche in his small hometown between primary auto repair and the few motor repair shops that have long turnaround from an over-saturation of clients. Moving back to his hometown after 20 years in the big city (Denver, Colo.), Marcus Sutfin has returned […]

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