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   Spotlight on PMA
                                                  Wanted: Qualified Buyers Interested in Establishing New Supply-Chain Resources
online entry form, at Deadline for entries is June 30, 2016.
Buyers of fabricated-metal parts, metal stampings, tooling and dies, assemblies and more who are interested in fulfilling their procurement needs are encouraged to participate in Sourcing Solutions, Sep- tember 29, 2016, in Indianapolis, IN. This event allows procurement professionals to conduct in-person meetings with top-qual- ity suppliers who have been pre-screened based on buyer specifications.
Sourcing Solutions at no cost. A one-night complimentary hotel stay is included in your registration.
Please contact Pete Ulintz at 216/901- 8800,, with questions.
Buyers, engineers and anyone else on the purchasing team are invited to attend
Distinguish Your Company from the Competition
Visit or contact PMA at 216/901-8800,, for details about these upcoming events:
May 4-5, Die Maintenance & Trouble- shooting Seminar and Workshop, Nashville, TN
Learn more at solutions, or contact Ilene Schwartz at 216/901-8800,, to reserve your space.
Upcoming Calendar of Events
Submit an entry for PMA’s 2016 Awards of Excellence in Metalforming and receive recognition for your company’s outstand- ing achievements in the areas of design, innovation and technology, quality, safety, training and education, process control, product development, and productivity. New this year—the Plex Systems Innovation & Technology Award.
May 11-12, Sales & Marketing Work- shop and Roundtable, St. Louis, MO May 12-13, Metal Spinning Division Meeting, Springfield, MO
 PMA Welcomes its
Newest Members
• 3-D Solutions Design Service, LLC, Rockford, MI
• Alliance Steel, Bedford Park, IL
• Bluestone Executive
Communications, Birmingham, MI
• Broan-NuTone, LLC, Hartford, WI
• DeWys Manufacturing, Inc.,
Marne, MI
• Goshen Stamping LLC, Goshen, IN
• High Value Manufacturing
Consulting, Brentwood, TN • Hitachi Metals America, LLC,
Arlington Heights, IL
• Lapham-Hickey Steel Corp.,
Columbus, OH
• Midway Products Group, Inc.,
Monroe, MI
• Muirfield Metals, Inc.,
Independence, OH
• Precision Metal Stamping SA de
CV, Mexico
• Reliable Metalcraft Corp.,
Mishawaka, IN
• Soundwich LLC, Cleveland, OH
• Stanley Spring & Stamping Corp.,
Chicago, IL
• True Die Inc., Zeeland, MI
• Universal Metal Products, Inc.,
Pharr, TX
• Waukesha Metal Products de
Mexico, Mexico
Join PMA and experience the power
of membership! Contact Janet Krall at 216/901-8800 or with questions.
View all of the award descriptions and submission requirements, and submit an
May 24-25, Transfer Automation Tech- nology Seminar, Grand Rapids, MI
May 17-18, Technical Solutions for Form- ing & Punching Seminar, Santa Ana, CA May 18-20, Fabricating Executive Net- working Meeting, Cleveland, OH
   Save the Dates!
October 5-6, 2016 • Nashville, TN
                           A two-day technical conference powered by the Precision Metalforming Association and MetalForming magazine
 PMA and MetalForming magazine are proud to bring you the Servo Technology Experience. This new conference will focus on state-of-the-art servo technology used in presses, transfer systems, coil-feed lines and more. Aimed at engineers and technicians working in metalforming plants, the Servo Technology Experience will provide technical presentations and case studies describing how modern servo-based equipment can help stampers improve productivity and quality.
 Day One of the conference will focus on servo-press technology, and include scheduled breakout sessions with leading suppliers of servo presses. Here, attendees will have the opportunity to network with industry thought leaders and gain unique insights into how this technology is leading the evolution in the metal-stamping industry, and where the technology is headed.
 Day Two of the conference turns attention to transfer systems, coil-feed lines and other servo- based technology prevalent in pressrooms today. Attendees will learn how these systems work in unison to lead stampers to increased performance and profitability.
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