Rob Goode, our Plant Engineer, is the employee spotlight this month. Learn more about Rob and what he does at WireCrafters.
Milt Tandy has another visit from his twin brother Wilt Tandy. Wilt visits to see the new conference with Milt Tandy at WireCrafters.
Learn about our solid sheet metal panel options. Milt Tandy explains WireCrafters solid sheet metal panels and their benefits.
Take a look at how we schedule out saw department at WireCrafters. The saw department is an important part of WireCrafters.
Welcome to another episode of Mondays With Milt. Now, I’m back out on the production floor today and I’m with our innovation team. So I’ve got the innovation manager here, Erik Johnson. Erik, why don’t you tell ’em a little bit about what you do as the innovation manager here.
WireCrafters Tool Storage Cribs offer peace of mind. Never wonder where your tools are again.
David Fishburn, our Marketing Manager, is the employee spotlight this month. Learn more about David and what he does at WireCrafters.
Check out our custom shaped panels. Milt talks about WireCrafters custom shape capabilities. Take a look this week on Mondays With Milt.
We launched a new website design. Take a look at the WireCrafters website design with David Fishburn and Milt Tandy on Mondays With Milt.
Now we can talk about the importance of USA-made materials and products. “Made In USA” labels are trademarked by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). To be considered Made In U.S.A, it’s stated that “all or virtually all” significant parts and processing that go into the product must be of US origin. For some industries, if their items are assembled in the US with more than 50% American-made parts, they are still legally allowed to use the trademarked label. Because of these broad terms, both consumers and companies can become confused about the validity of this label. There’s good news though. Some companies, like WireCrafters, sell products that are 100% Made In U.S.A.