Larry McDonald, a 40-year employee with WireCrafters, retires. Long tenured employees is a common theme at WireCrafters. Watch Larry’s interview.
Despite everything, WireCrafters still made it to MODEX 2020. We wrapped up on Thursday of the show. Here are some highlights from MODEX 2020.
Our 2020 modex show is going to be awesome! We have a great display planned for the 2020 MODEX show in Atlanta, Georgia. Come see it!
Milt Tandy has been announced as the new president of WireCrafters.
We launched a new website design. Take a look at the WireCrafters website design with David Fishburn and Milt Tandy on Mondays With Milt.
Now we can talk about the importance of USA-made materials and products. “Made In USA” labels are trademarked by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). To be considered Made In U.S.A, it’s stated that “all or virtually all” significant parts and processing that go into the product must be of US origin. For some industries, if their items are assembled in the US with more than 50% American-made parts, they are still legally allowed to use the trademarked label. Because of these broad terms, both consumers and companies can become confused about the validity of this label. There’s good news though. Some companies, like WireCrafters, sell products that are 100% Made In U.S.A.
Welcome to another episode of Mondays with Milt. Now today we’re back out into the new expansion area. As you can see behind me, we now have welders into the welding booths and this is what the whole thing was about.
Late last February we announced that we were expanding our facilities by 26,000 square feet and adding 100 full-time jobs. A few weeks ago, we had an opening ceremony for our new expansion. Here’s a shot of our ribbon cutting on Instagram. We couldn’t be more excited to take you behind the scenes. Now that it’s become…
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WireCrafters made the trip to the MODEX Show in Atlanta, Georgia from April 9-12. If you had the opportunity to stop by the booth, you would have seen a few things. The first thing that caught many visitors’ eyes was our back wall of the booth. The second thing, or we should say person, they came to see was our very own Milt Tandy, “star” of Mondays With Milt.