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Retired with Kloeckner Warren Daubenspeck< class="kmc-blg-pblshdate"/h2>

This article was published on: 01/22/19 10:00 AM

The safety profession has changed a lot since Warren Daubenspeck started out in 1974. Now as Kloeckner’s Vice President of Corporate Safety prepares for retirement, he reflects on some memorable aspects and the profession  that transpired during his long career which actually started by chance. While attending West Georgia and majoring in in biology, he …

Catching Some Zs: How the rise of Gen Z could fill the looming skills gap in today’s industrial workforce< class="kmc-blg-pblshdate"/h2>

This article was published on: 01/21/19 1:57 PM

By Jonathan Samples, January 14, 2019 You’ve been hearing about it for a decade or more. The skills gap is coming. The skills gap is here. The skills gap will be the death knell for U.S. industry. But what do we know about this ominous yet elusive term? Is it that today’s workforce merely lacks …

Barry Silent Auction Charity

Kloeckner Holds Silent Auction Charity Event for Barry Brillhart< class="kmc-blg-pblshdate"/h2>

This article was published on: 12/25/18 10:00 AM

Kloeckner Metals recently held a silent auction to raise money for an employee who was seriously injured during an at-home fire accident. The two-week long auction was intended to raise money to help with 23-year employee Barry Brillhart’s medical bills and also to raise safety awareness as an offshoot of the SafeStart program. One day …

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This article was published on: 11/20/18 1:02 PM

Is Amazon the enemy of manufacturers? It’s no surprise that Amazon’s business model is changing the way we do business. Its all-digital approach and expansive network of suppliers and sellers pose a threat to manufacturers everywhere. Even with the growing commodification of products, Amazon still manages to maintain impressive margins. Still, there are several ways …

Why PVD Is Gaining Traction in the Appliance Industry< class="kmc-blg-pblshdate"/h2>

This article was published on: 11/20/18 8:18 AM

The reasons include aesthetics, functionality and flexibility. Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) has been gaining traction in the appliance industry as a multifaceted raw material option. It offers aesthetic and functional benefits that many other materials can’t match. As such, appliance designers have become increasingly aware and interested in the possibilities of using PVD in their …

Innovation, Creativity and Metals< class="kmc-blg-pblshdate"/h2>

This article was published on: 10/10/18 4:17 PM

Check out pages 86 – 89 to read our VP, Business Development, John Dobek’s interview about PVD with Manufacturing in Focus. 

IT vs. The Chief Data Officer: How to Avoid Turf Wars< class="kmc-blg-pblshdate"/h2>

This article was published on: 09/24/18 9:11 AM

IT vs. the chief data officer: How to avoid turf wars Instead of seeing the chief data officer (CDO) as one more encroachment on its territory, IT should align with CDOs, influence their vision, support and enhance their projects, and help spin all that data into gold. As the first chief data officer for the city of …

Kloeckner Metals awarded IATF 16949 management system certificate< class="kmc-blg-pblshdate"/h2>

This article was published on: 08/14/18 11:34 AM

Kloeckner Metals Greenville branch is the fifth and latest to have been awarded an IATF 16949 management system certificate for processing flat rolled steel, stainless and aluminum, including slitting, cut to length, and configured blanks. The other branches include Murfreesboro, TN, Calvert, AL, Cincinnati, OH, and Monterrey, Mexico. IATF 16949:2016 was jointly developed by The …

Kloeckner Achieves Automotive Certification< class="kmc-blg-pblshdate"/h2>

This article was published on: 08/3/18 2:04 PM

By Tim Triplett, August 3, 2018 Kloeckner Metals’ Greenville, S.C., branch is the fifth and latest to have been awarded an IATF 16949 management system certificate for processing flat rolled steel, stainless and aluminum, including slitting, cut to length, and configured blanks. The other branches include Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Calvert, Ala.; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Monterrey, Mexico. …

Kloeckner Metals’ fifth site earns automotive quality certification< class="kmc-blg-pblshdate"/h2>

This article was published on: 08/3/18 11:42 AM

Kloeckner Metals Greenville, South Carolina, branch is the fifth and latest to have been awarded an IATF 16949 management system certificate for processing flat rolled steel, stainless and aluminum, including slitting, cut to length, and configured blanks. The other branches include Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Calvert, Alabama, Cincinnati, and Monterrey, Mexico. Article may be found: https://metals-consulting.com/kloeckner-metals-fifth-site-earns-automotive-quality-certification/

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