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|Prospective Premier Vendor
The Premier Vendor networking and marketing program is designed to strengthen and broaden the relationships between MDNA members and our key industry supporting vendors. Below is our next applicant. Please review the information to see full details about the company.
The Review Committee will be considering this company next week. If you have any concerns about this Premier Vendor Applicant, please notify the MDNA National Office by Friday, June 23.
Premier Vendor Applicant: Complete Capital Services, Inc.
Address: 22811 Mack Avenue, Suite 203, St. Clair Shores, MI 48080
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Year Established: 2001
Name of Principal(s) or Owner(s): James G. Pappas
Name of Active Manager(s): James G. Pappas
Name of Customer Contact: James G. Pappas
Sponsors: Lee Stevens Machinery Inc. and Tramar Industries Inc.
General Description of Business:
An equipment finance company offering complete equipment financing for all businesses with an emphasis on machinery and machinery software.
For MDNA's Weekend With The Pros in conjunction with both the B.O.S.S. Seminar, and Warehouse & Factory Tours
Detroit/Toledo Chapter Chairman Ryan Yoder, the entire chapter leadership and the chapter are excited to welcome MDNA members to their home town for an exciting, educational WWTP October 26-28. Mark your calendar now. Hotel, Schedule and all of the tour stops will be announced in the coming weeks.
Hotel: Greektown Casino-Hotel
MDNA Group rate: $139
That's 3 great events all in the Detroit area so you can save time & money.
More details to come soon!
All members are encouraged to attend Chapter meetings and are invited to attend not only local meetings but any Chapter meeting or event of interest when convenient.
The following are upcoming Chapter events. Click on the Chapter meeting for more details:
Detroit/Toledo Golf Outing — July 10th
Chicago Chapter Meeting — Sept. 8th
West Coast Chapter Meeting — Sept. 13th
See Full Events Calendar Below
It is with deep sadness that we inform you that Espie Zane Reynolds, the father of Mark Reynolds of MDNA Member Firm Hilco Industrial LLC, passed away on Wednesday May 31st.
Mr. Reynolds is also survived by his wife Ruth Ann Trhlik Reynolds, daughter, Deborah Reynolds; sons, Dwight Reynolds and John Reynolds; grandchildren, Ian Reynolds, Sarah Helman Amini, Olivia Fain, Taylor Reynolds, Casey Reynolds, Declan Reynolds, and Hudson Reynolds; and one great grandchild, June Amini. You can read the complete Obituary here.
A memorial service was held on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 in Franklin, NC 28734.
Please extend your thoughts and prayers to email@example.com and the family.
|Technical Articles Needed
The MDNA Public Relations Committee is looking for talented writers to submit useful technical style articles aimed at MDNA customers on used machinery & equipment to be published on MDNA.org. All members with any experience writing are encouraged to participate. Past articles submitted by member firms have attracted thousands of views per month with a non-expiring shelf life! You and your company name will be credited in the byline and linked back to your website.
Requirements of Submissions:
1. Articles must be no longer than 600 words
All articles can be submitted by email for review to Jennifer Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Articles must include 1-3 images related to the topic
3. Articles are subject to editing by MDNA
Still not sure what we’re looking for?
Check out some of these example articles and more info here.
What you need to know before purchasing a shear for metalworking
June 19, 2017
Written By: Andy Kamashian, AEA Southern Fabricating Machinery Sales, Inc.
(MDNA Member Firm) Shearing is one of the oldest metal working process available and is usually the first process, and machine that is used when manufacturing fabricated parts. All shears are rated on their capability to cut steel and should be selected according to the capacity required as related [...] Read more here.
MDNA 76th Annual Convention Re-Cap on what you missed...
June 5, 2017
MDNA's 76th Annual Convention & Business Meetings were held on May 4-7, 2017 at Disney World's BoardWalk Inn in Orlando, FL. No matter how old or young, attendees of this year's convention felt the magic in the air around them. The attendees were treated to educational seminars, exciting activities and popular social and networking events. [...] Read more here.
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Throughout the dismal presidential campaign, the plight of America's manufacturing sector played a central role. Yet despite all the concerns raised about factory jobs leaving the country, all but 18 of the country's 70 largest metropolitan regions have seen an uptick in industrial employment since 2011. And despite the slowdown in car sales, the job count continues to expand, albeit more slowly.
Just a few years ago, the prevailing strategy in labor-dependent industries was to move production offshore. Cheap overseas labor increased the competitiveness and profitability of a typical manufacturing business. But that strategy is becoming harder to justify. As automated machinery takes the place of human workers, the cost benefits of offshore production are diminishing quickly.
Alaska has become a testing ground for sustainable technologies that the rest of the world is increasingly interested in using, officials said. U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski held a field hearing this past weekend of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee in Cordova to talk about the state's technology, specifically microgrids, Alaska's Energy Desk reported.
The only constant in life is change. Those words, or similar ones, are most frequently attributed to Heraclitus, an ancient Greek philosopher who very likely wasn't looking at a factory floor when he made this observation. Nevertheless, it is a fitting comment on the state of manufacturing. Successful manufacturing enterprises don't stand still. By definition, neither do their production floors.
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