Making What Matters

A “Make What Matters" campaign has recently been launched to recognize those who have make contributions to the advancement of North American manufacturing. It is nice to see companies that applaud their customers' efforts instead of merely selling their products!

 

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Makino (Mason, OH) has launched a “Make What Matters” campaign to recognize and support manufacturing professionals who machine the high-quality components and parts that make the products used every day. Marketing Manager Mark Rentschler says these are the manufacturers who machine precision parts using the highest level of technology and process expertise available. “Make What Matters” recognizes their contributions to the advancement of North American manufacturing.
 
“North American manufacturing has rapidly become competitive again in the global marketplace, and we attribute this to the innovation, creativity and hard work of numerous metal-cutting professionals,” Rentschler explains. “We are proud of their accomplishments and the contributions they’re making to their coworkers, families, companies and communities.
 
“Forward-looking companies are continuously striving to deliver the best possible parts at the most competitive price,” he continues. Makino has made a commitment to support these companies by providing high-performance, leading-edge machining technologies, innovative engineered process solutions and dependable customer support, Rentschler adds.
 
Makino encourages all metalworking professionals to share how they “make what matters” for their companies, communities and industries. To share “Make What Matters” stories, engage with peers and explore the many facets of Makino, manufacturers can connect with Makino on Facebook, Twitter or via #MakeWhatMatters.

 

 

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