RadStar of the Week Hana Hurley (Radwell-NJ Headquarters)

Every week we feature an employee who works at one of our Radwell locations in an effort to get to know the people behind the business. Because everyone is a star in their own way, we've named this feature RadStar. Read More

Will A Robot Take Your Job?

As automation capability continues to grow and strengthen in the workplace, many are wondering if humans will be left out in the cold when it comes to employment. It seems that people and experts sit on  both sides of the fence in this argument. Some believe, with absolute certainty, that robots will take over up to 30% of jobs currently performed by humans within the next ten years. Others feel it is unlikely that robots will be able to evolve quickly enough to emulate humans in the most important way: our ability to respond to other humans. Still others believe that robots and humans will work together to make the process of manufacturing a team-oriented and more efficient exercise. Each of the view points is fairly compelling and it will be interesting to see which viewpoint holds the most merit as the decade progresses.

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Radstar of the Week-Rachelle Reid (Radwell-Canada)

Every week we feature an employee who works at one of our Radwell locations in an effort to get to know the people behind the business. Because everyone is a star in their own way, we've named this feature RadStar.

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RadStar of the Week-Eric Dupont (Radwell Indiana)

Every week we feature an employee who works at one of our Radwell locations in an effort to get to know the people behind the business. Because everyone is a star in their own way, we've named this feature RadStar.

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What is CNC and Where to Repair Yours

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The Story Behind Radwell International

Brian Radwell (left), Jerry Radwell (right).
 
What do we do at Radwell International and how did the company evolve?
 
Brian Radwell, President and CEO   explains it like this: "Radwell International, Inc. sells and repairs industrial electrical and electronic control devices. We sell and repair timers, counters, photoelectric sensors, circuit breakers, pushbuttons, PLC's, motors, speed control and any other devices used to make machinery run." Specifically, Mr. Radwell says that Radwell services automakers, chemical plants, food processing facilities, municipalities, government agencies, bakeries, power plants, amusement parks, exporters, plastic molding and extruders, steel plants and a long list of other business sectors.

Radwell's division, PLCCenter.com is the industrial electrical and electronic control equipment largest provider of new and used surplus,in the world. "We buy back new and used controls from plant closings, auctions and inventory overstock. We certify the parts, and then we ship them in custom PLCCenter packaging and sell them for half of their original price. We sell 30% of our products outside the US," said Radwell.

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