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SAE, AIAG Launch Global Sourcing
Engineering Certificate Program

Tuesday, June 21, 2011
The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) have partnered to create a global sourcing engineering certificate program. The nine-course curriculum comprises nearly 100 hours of class time. It’s dedicated to teaching engineers, quality professionals, purchasers and others in the automotive supply chain how to optimize their efficiency within the global design-engineering community. The courses, offered at AIAG offices in Southfield, MI, and at SAE in Troy, MI, cover project management, quality planning, patent litigation, statistical-process control, identifying linkages between measurement systems, and other topics. More at and

Dayton Progress Receives
Economic Development Grant

Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Montgomery County, OH, has awarded an Economic Development Government Equity grant to Dayton Progress, West Carrolton, OH, a manufacturer of stamping-die components, punches, die retainers and custom tooling. The grant, worth $54,250, will support the firm’s construction of a new 3600-sq.-ft. storage building.

Connecticut Stamper Markets at Paris Air Show

Monday, June 20, 2011
Connecticut Spring & Stamping (CSS), Farmington, CT, is targeting this week’s Paris Air Show (June 20-26, 2011) as a solid place to generate leads. The firm budgeted $20,000 to set up and staff a display at the Le Bourget exhibition center—its display is part of a booth reserved by the Connecticut Business & Industry Association, housing a variety of Connecticut vendors. According to CSS vice president of sales and marketing Steve Dicke, the firm sees great value in exhibiting at the event, to showcase its abilities to stamp precision metal parts for jet-engine builders as well as for missile and bomb guidance systems. “We had a record year last year,” Dicke says, “and we want to continue to expand.” More about the Paris Air Show at; CSS is online at


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