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PRAB Inc., a Kalamazoo, MI-based manufacturer of indus- trial material handling equipment, has completed a purchase agreement for ownership of all assets of the Puckmaster com- pany. Since 1986, Puckmaster has manufactured briquetting machines for metal compression and coolant collection.


Announcements


Channellock Inc. (Meadville, PA), a family owned and operated plier and hand-tool manufacturer dedicated to American craftsmanship since 1886, said Jonathan “Jon” S. DeArment would be its new president and chief operat- ing officer (COO), effective Oct. 1. With nearly 20 years of experience, DeArment’s role at the manufacturer has included positions in nearly every department.


Events


Indo-MIM is a leading manufacturer and value chain partner for automotive manufacturers around the world. We work closely with clients in component migration from “conventional manufacturing processes to MIM”.


As global market leaders in the Metal Injection Molding Industry, we are aligned to key qualifiers that are critical to production support from global partners - high reliability, competitive pricing, just-in-time delivery and zero PPM quality performance.


With our large material resources, in-house tooling and the world’s largest installed capacity we can leverage the shortest lead time and the lowest product cost possible.


Automotive Components and Assemblies from Indo-MIM Safety Systems: Sensor Housings, Braking & ABS Components, Seat Belt Mechanisms Fuel Systems: Injector Nozzles, Armatures, Housings, Interior Systems, Seating Mechanisms, Cosmetic Products Power Train: Turbocharger Vanes and Components, Hydraulic Spools, Rocker Arms Electrical Systems: Connectors, Heat Sinks


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FABTECH, North America’s largest metal forming, fabricat- ing, welding and finishing event, features an all-star lineup of speakers and panels this November. Executives from Google Enterprise and Walmart are among the keynote speakers. There will also be a special Veterans Day panel on how veterans can help bridge the skills gap. FABTECH will be held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta on Nov. 11–13, and is ex- pected to bring together 27,000 attendees and more than 1400 exhibiting companies. More at www.fabtechexpo.com.


Awards & Anniversaries September 2014 marked the 110th anniversary of ESAB


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Asia / Head Quarters infohq@indo-mim.com +91 80 2204 8800


Shanghai, P. R. China infocn@indo-mim.com +86 (0) 21 6058-9206


Quality certifications: ISO 9001:2008, ISO/TS 16949:2009, ISO 13485:2003 and AS 9100 Rev.C


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Welding & Cutting Products (Florence, SC). A world leader in welding and cutting technology, with a broad and complete line of products and solutions for industry, ESAB’s reach extends to almost every nation in the world, with more than 8700 employ- ees, and manufacturing facilities across four continents. Waterjet systems manufacturer Jet Edge Inc. (St. Michael, MN) celebrated its 30th anniversary Sept. 3 with an open house. Founded in 1984, Jet Edge entered the waterjet in- dustry during the industry’s infancy and has grown to become one of the largest and most respected manufacturers of ultra- high-pressure waterjet technology in the world.


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