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Manufacturing’s Impact on the Agriculture Industry

Monday, January 4, 2016
posted by IMT-Webmaster

Metal manufacturing advancements have been a part of improving the agricultural industry as far back as the beginning of the industrial revolution. Before the revolution and the introduction of machines to aide in the process of manufacturing, most metal work was done entirely by hand and thus, very little metal work was actually done. The typically
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Meeting Expectations in a Challenging New Market for Light Fixtures

Monday, December 21, 2015
posted by IMT-Webmaster

In a world of social media and instant sharing, new trends and styles spread like wildfire through the internet. For this reason, it is important for those who work in metal manufacturing to be up to date on the latest and greatest in terms of style, effectiveness, and quality. Any interior designer will say, lighting
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‘Doing’ as the NEW Learning

Monday, December 7, 2015
posted by IMT-Webmaster

VANISHING POINT Baby Boomers are retiring en masse. This unprecedented exodus has been the subject of a Social Security Administration report, which found these workers departing at a rate of 10,000 per day. While such a figure carries far reaching implications for every sector of the economy, the impact on manufacturing companies has been particularly harsh. NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK A
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Why it’s important to keep American manufacturing IN America

Monday, November 23, 2015
posted by IMT-Webmaster

One of the largest trends recently being brought to light in the American manufacturing industry is the process of reshoring. The reshoring initiative aims to return manufacturing operations back to the United States, after previously having moved them to another country. The desire to keep manufacturing jobs here at home has been reticently shared throughout
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No job too big. No job too small

Monday, November 9, 2015
posted by IMT-Webmaster

When KRYTON started out, we wanted to stress the quality of our products and processes more than anything else. You can’t fake it in this industry; you either make high quality products or you produce the alternative. We also wanted to make it a priority to see that these quality products got into as many
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