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ERP Software for Metal Stampers

Wednesday, May 12, 2010
 
Shop Edge Software, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, provider of ERP software tailored to metal-stamping applications, has updated its website to make it easier to peruse all of the software modules available. Visitors can also schedule demonstrations—three are offered, including a general overview, a profitability demo that provides real-life examples of increased productivity from using the software, and a profit-optimizer demo that includes a customized ROI summary. New media materials available include special reports and case studies. Check out the site at www.shopedgesoftware.com.


Wilson Tool Opens Monterrey Office

Wednesday, May 12, 2010
 
Wilson Tool Intl., White Bear Lake, MN, a manufacturer of tooling for punch presses, press brakes and stamping presses, opened a new office in Monterrey, Mexico, under the direction of Jay Dienst, vice president of sales for North and Latin America. More at www.wilsontool.com.

Nucor’s DiMicco Named AISI Chairman

Monday, May 10, 2010
 
The Board of Directors of the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI), Washington, D.C., elected Daniel R. DiMicco as its chairman until May 2011. DiMicco, president and CEO of Nucor Corp., will be tasked with “making our voice resonate on Capitol Hill and toward mobilizing our industry’s grass roots power,” says AISI president and CEO Thomas J. Gibson. Among issues important to the industry and on which DiMicco will be a leading spokesman: strengthening pro-manufacturing public policies, and maintaining the competitiveness of the North American steel industry. During his chairman’s address at the AISI annual meeting on May 2, DiMicco challenged fellow industry executives to “join the battle. Our policy goals won’t be achieved on their own. It will require an aggressive stand on key issues, activating our industry’s grass roots power more effectively than we have done in the past, and responding with a strong and unified voice to misguided policies.” AISI is online at www.steel.org.

 

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