Great News from NPE2012—Work is Coming Back to the U.S.!

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AMBA Managing Director Kym Conis works the booth at NPE.

There was a lot of buzz on the trade show floor about mold work returning to the U.S. What better place to get validation on this than at the AMBA Booth! I chatted with Shannon Merrill, AMBA’s Business/Advertising Coordinator, who said they had “a lot of positive conversation and many talks about work coming back to the United States!” Amen to that.

 

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