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Metalcaster of the Year: Eagle Alloy’s Sustainable Solutions


The Muskegon, Mich., steel casting facility’s multifaceted approach to corporate responsibility includes improved employee health care, waste limitations and community engagement. NICHOLAS LEIDER, ASSOCIATE EDITOR


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n a basic sense, frustration grows from the difference between the way things are and the way they ought to be. Te traffic jam on


your daily commute—why should a tiny fender-bender cost everyone 20 minutes of their day? Te stunted


growth of your business in a specific market—can’t potential customers see that the price and product are more than competitive? Te distance between what is and what should be isn’t traversable. Rather than sitting around waiting for a


moment of genius, the best problem solvers, more often than not, earn results by chasing an initial idea with plenty of hard work and determination. Eagle Alloy Inc., Muskegon, Mich.,


has a long history of unique solu- tions to common problems. Te steel


16 | MODERN CASTING June 2015 Eagle Alloy, one of four companies in the Eagle Group, produces steel castings for more than 250 customers in more than 25 industries.


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