With tax discussions underway, US companies are looking forward to several positive impacts of tax reform on manufacturing. Manufacturers should keep a weather eye on the proposed policy changes and prepare to capitalize on a coming tax overhaul.
After a few turbulent years, the metal fabrication market is rebounding and diversifying. Buoyed by increased demand and manufacturing advances, the sector is becoming more dynamic and resilient. This is leading to market growth and profitability.
On behalf of Prince Manufacturing, we are very pleased to announce that Louis (Lou) Krause has joined the Company as the Chief Financial Officer reporting directly to Iram Chavez, President and CEO. Lou has thirty years of experience in Finance primarily within manufacturing organizations of $100 million+ and managing the financial operations of each including […]
“Our partner was planning to close a major diagnostic tools facility,” according to Dean Marsman, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Prince Manufacturing. “This plant manufactures very sophisticated, high tech electronic equipment. Despite the plant very specific and complex capabilities, the operation was comparatively small, and the overhead was terrible.”
“We took a long, hard look at the environmental impact,” according to Steven Pittman, Prince Manufacturing Midwest Region General Manager. That “long, hard look” led to an innovative new process that evaporates water, releasing it harmlessly and cleanly into the atmosphere, rather than releasing chemicals and waste into the water and sewage system.
The award, given in recognition of superior efforts to reduce water usage and contamination, was given after Prince Manufacturing made a major investment to introduce an innovative new procedure that saves more than 200 cubic meters of water per month, and more than 2400 cubic meters annually.
Contract manufacturing arrangement prevents loss of US jobs and saves Siemens an additional $200,000 a year Contact: Dean Marsman (616) 494-5374 DMarsman@princemanufacturing.com ASHEVILLE, NC (November 1, 2011) Sometimes, it takes longer than a month or two to truly measure success. Sometimes, even a full year doesn’t tell the whole story. But after ten years of […]