The first annual SCORE Minnesota Technology Award was presented to Virgil Dissmeyer, a volunteer in the SCORE Minneapolis Chapter. The award recognizes SCORE Minnesota volunteers that make technology contributions that benefit small businesses. Dissmeyer was honored for his webinar series that helps develop or expand small business websites.
John Fitzgerald, owner operator, gets 2.5 million miles with Horton Roller Bushings. Originally installed in 1993 to get a smoother ride in his 1989 Peterbilt 379, the Horton Roller Bushings lasted 17 years, and could have gone further.
The first Ormund A. Kravik Award was given to 35-year team member, Harold Gjerning at Northwire, Inc. Gjerning's peers nominated him for this honor that recognizes work ethic, commitment to quality, engineering acumen and a solution-oriented approach to solving problems.
Demmer Investments IV, Inc. has acquired Quality Tool, Inc. Quality Tool, located in St. Paul, Minnesota is a leading provider of engineering-focused precision metal fabrication, stamping, machining, bus bar and design services to diversified industrial, medical, technology, telecommunications and defense industries.
Michel Locquegnies has been hired as the director of international business development at Horton, Inc. He has more than 25 years of international business experience and will focus on developing Horton's international markets, particularly in Asia and Latin America.
Northwire Inc. has completed its U.S. State Department registration review for ITAR, the International Traffic Arms Regulation. ITAR registration helps Northwire to better serve government suppliers with military-grade wire, cable and cable assemblies. Through the ITAR application process, Northwire developed and implemented ITAR policies, procedures and employee training.
Howard Fish has been hired by Northwire Technical Cable as western regional sales manager. Fish has 30 years of experience in sales, marketing and manufacturing in the electronics industry, specializing in custom-manufactured electrical cable and interconnect solutions.
Patriot Technical Sales of Auburn, Mass. has been hired as a manufacturers' representative organization by Northwire Technical Cable. They will represent Northwire's mil-spec, custom technical and retractile cables and assemblies. Patriot Technical Sales has nearly 20 years of experience in the aerospace, defense, medical, military and high-end industrial market segments.
Greg Reese was hired as eastern regional sales manager for Northwire Technical Cable. He has more than 16 years of industry experience and will serve Northwire's customers in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia and Florida.
Northwire has hired Phoenix Rep Sales to represent their products in South America and Mexico. Phoenix Rep Sales, a manufacturer's representative, is the largest manufacturer's rep of electronic components in Latin America. Northwire Technical Cable is an innovative solutions provider in the marketing, design and manufacture of technical and retractile cables and cable assemblies.
Northwire has introduces EcoPower Cords and Cables. They are halogen free, flame retardant (PVC free) and UL Listed. EcoPower Cords and Cables are flexible, durable and guaranteed to perform in harsh environments. They are engineered to withstand abrasion and extreme temperatures. EcoPower is available in black and custom colors and in retractile cord configurations.
Northwire, Inc has introduced a new line of power cords, cables and retractiles called ElectriGlow. ElectriGlow is the first industrial Photoluminescent Glow-In-The-Dark cable and is guaranteed to perform in harsh environments.
Customers can now exchange DriveMaster and DM Advantage Fan Drive cores as part of the expanded Horton exchange program. The program also includes certain competitor fan drives. Fan Drive cores can be exchanged for credit toward the purchase of a Horton Reman fan drive.
Mark Johnson has been named vice president of operations for Northwire Technical Cable. Johnson's new position at Northwire was created in response to growth and customer demand for innovative cabling solutions. Johnson will be responsible for manufacturing, quality, Six Sigma and Lean at Northwire facilities in Osceola, Wis. and Santa Teresa, N.M.
Northwire, Inc. has formed a government business unit aimed at meeting the growing demand from the United States Government, civilian research agencies, core government suppliers, contractors and affiliate organizations. Paul PierAgostini has been named senior director and will lead the new group.
pinta acoustic introduces their newest product, pinta RONDO Baffles. RONDO Baffles have been offered in Europe for several years. Their exceptional acoustical sound abosorption makes them ideal for large open spaces. They are unique looking and further prove that acoustical products can enhance aesthetics.