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Learn all about Cutting Fluids for Machining
Friday, June 18, 2004
The Iowa Waste Reduction Center (IWRC) at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA, offers its Cutting Fluid Management for Small Machining Operations manual. Its seven sections review cutting fluids and highlight areas important to the operation of a fluid-management system, including pollution prevention, waste management and worker health and safety. Download the manual at www.iwrc.org/pubs/manuals.cfm#pers4
Expanded Metal Manufacturers Scheduled to Meet
Thursday, June 17, 2004
The Expanded Metal Manufacturers Association (EMMA), Chicago, IL, will hold its Fall Conference at The Wyndham Hotel in Chicago, October 23-25, 2004. All North American expanded-metal manufacturers are invited to attend and learn about the activities of the group. EMMA, a division of The National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers, aims to promote the uses of expanded metal products with building professionals through the publication of technical information, new-product development and the sharing of industry information. Learn more at www.emma-assoc.org
PMA Member James McGregor
Named to Bush Admin. Manufacturing Council
Wednesday, June 16, 2004
Commerce Secretary Donald Evans has named James McGregor, president of Morgal Machine Tool and Ohio Stamping, Springfield, OH, as a key member of the Bush Administration’s Manufacturing Council. The Council consists of manufacturing leaders from across the industry. Together they will create a strong voice for pro-manufacturing policies within the United States. “With this Council,” says Evans, “the Bush Administration is giving manufacturers a permanent seat at the table that will facilitate a continued dialogue between government and manufacturers in order to help them create manufacturing jobs and strengthen the sector across America.”
Jim McGregor serves on the Precision Metalforming Association’s Government Relations/PMAVIC Committee and is a member of the PMA Educational Foundation Board of Trustees. He is also active locally by serving as the PMA Ohio Valley District Chair. His previous involvement includes participation on PMA's Board of Directors as well as on several committees, including the Training & Education, Finance, and Planning Committees. In 2003, Jim won the Excellence in Leadership Award, PMA’s highest recognition granted to an individual in the metalforming industry.