If you need a better grip on the notion of “think globally, act locally,” Charlie Post, the President of TSI Solutions is a great source. This leader of a Stone Mountain, GA based industrial distributor, while maintaining a tight focus on serving customers in his home state, also keeps the solutions he sells in the context of the global economy.
National Manufacturing Day as a new U.S. holiday? I say yes! And so does Pat Lee, Director of...
A pleasure to welcome Doug Tingle to Manufacturing Revival Radio! Doug is the co-...
A pleasure to welcome Werner Bieri to the show! Mr. Bieri is the president and CEO of...
A common theme on Manufacturing Revival has always been Lean concepts and their implementation. Today we bring you a guest who has unique perspective on how to better utilize the concepts that continue to drive the Lean movement. We welcome to the show Kevin Duggan, Founder of the Institute for Operational Excellence and President of Duggan Associates.
Today we had the pleasure of speaking with two individuals that are helping keep America’s work force comfortable. We welcomed to the show James DeSmet and Christian Taber, Director of Engineering and Operations Senior Applications Engineer (respectively) of Big Ass Fans.
Joined in the studio today by Mike Anderson, the Vice President of Operations of TenCate Protective Fabrics. TenCate Protective Fabrics develops and produces the most comprehensive range of proven, high performance fabrics used to make protective clothing. They serve the first responder, military (currently in theater) and industrial markets with protective fabrics.
“Everybody in the building gives a darn.” That’s just one of the many comments made by Jim Hennen, Vice President of Sales for the Braas Company that stuck in our heads. He was referring to the fact that Braas is an ESOP, in other words, a company owned by its employees.
Tony Overy, Vice President, and Alan Sharrow, Engineering Group Leader for Advanced Motion Systems contend with new safety issues every day. It could be machines without safety designed into them that have been re-shored or figuring out the hard and soft guarding needed for a collaborative robotic application.
Today we welcomed Robert Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), to discuss the President’s manufacturing initiatives stated during the State of the Union. The ITIF is a non-partisan research and educational institute. Robert explained it as a “think tank” that is working to influence public policies to help drive innovation and technologies around the country.
If you have ever had a flu shot, then there is a good chance that in a small way you are connected to our next guest. We welcomed to the show Butch Rich, Director of Operations with Rame-Hart. Rame-Hart began as a design and build machine shop and today has evolved into a leading manufacturer of Egg Harvesters and Inoculators
We had a great time speaking with Brian Reelitz and Hank Norem, President and CFO of Ramco Innovations, respectively. Ramco Innovations is a leading distributor of factory automation products and solutions with a focus on great customer service and innovative product offerings.
With over 60 years of continuous operating economic research ITR Economics stands as one of the most experienced consulting firms in the United States. Alan was kind enough to share a glance into his well proven crystal ball as to what the future may hold for US Manufacturing.
We were glad to have the opportunity to speak with Dan Meckstroth, Vice President and Chief Economist with MAPI: Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation. On today’s show Dan discusses with us the most recent quarterly report (the Q4 2012) which was released this past December.
Lately we have been hearing a lot about Reshoring and the optimism that surrounds it for American Manufacturing. As Nigel informed us, our neighbors to the North are sharing the same optimism for Canadian Manufacturing. Today’s conversation was focused specifically on the gap that currently exist in the skilled workforce necessary to fully bring Manufacturing back.
It’s not every day somebody tells us that we could be trusted to work on Advanced Machinery. However, that is the confidence that our guest Martin Tauber, Maintenance/Production Trainer with AdvancedPierre Foods, feels about the instructions he is able to provide.
Today we had the opportunity to speak with Mike Collins, Author and Founder of MPC Management. With over 40 years in the Manufacturing industry, authorship of 3 books and over 300 published Manufacturing focused articles Mike is a treasure-trove of Manufacturing knowledge. During our discussion today we focused on two specific topics discussed in Mike’s book Saving American Manufacturing.
A study published in the American Chemical Society’s journal, Environmental Science and Technology, offers new insights into how people can shrink their own personal carbon footprints by selecting specific modes of transportation.
With continuing concern about plastic waste accumulating in municipal landfills, and reliance on imported oil to make plastics, scientists have created an ultra-light biodegradable foam plastic material made from two unlikely ingredients.
Scientists are reporting evidence that black rice — a little-known variety of the grain that is the staple food for one-third of the world population — may help soothe the inflammation involved in allergies, asthma, and other diseases.
Supplying Safe Drinking Water: Electrified nano filter promises to cut costs for clean drinking waterNovember 15, 2010 9:45 am | Comments
Scientists are reporting development and successful initial tests of an inexpensive new filtering technology that kills up to 98 percent of disease-causing bacteria in water in just seconds without clogging.
Felistas Coutinho is the Managing Director of Tujijenge Tanzania, an innovative microfinance institution that is providing loans for clean energy (www.tujijengeafrika.org). In this podcast interview with host Paul Rippey, Felistas talks about all she has learned over the last decade of...
Felistus Coutinho is the Managing Director of Tujujenge Tanzania, an innovative microfinance institution that is providing loans for clean energy (www.tujijengeafrika.org). In this podcast interview with host Paul Rippey, Felistus talks about all she has learned over the last decade of...
A new study published in the American Chemical Society’s Environmental Science and Technology journal provides a compelling new reason not to waste food. It saves energy, lots of money at home and fights global hunger.