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Four Ways Your Manufacturing Operation Can Go Green and Save

 

In the business climate of today, it’s no longer an option to run a manufacturing facility as greenly as possible- it's a necessity. With the rising cost of doing business, finding ways to help the environment and reduce costs is a new standard. It's a standard that many are working hard to achieve in their daily business operations.

For manufacturing facilities, with their large working spaces and equipment-driven operations, going green can be even more critical. Finding ways to help the environment can be challenging but there are four simple ways to make a decent level of “green” impact:

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Radwell International Europe Invests Over £300k in 2015

 Radwell Europe’s facility after significant growth in 2015 due to the increase of employees and test capabilities.

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The Father of PLC's:How Richard Morley Revolutionised the Automation Industry

It’s been 51 years since the birth of the Programmable Logic Controller. We look back at the history of the PLC and how replacing hard wired relay systems changed the world of manufacturing.

Dick Morley, 1968

It was the year 1964 when a young cunning engineer, Dick Morley, was unemployed, had a new baby, a mortgage to pay and only $1,000 in the bank. Morley had previously worked a desk job designing atomic bombs, aeroplanes and communication systems performing the duties he was instructed to do. Morley did not enjoy his job, and, at that time, he had no plans in the pipeline to create such an influential piece of automated equipment. After finding his passion for skiing, Morely quit his job and focused on his hobby which eventually lead him to engineering ideas.

Morley eventually opened up his own professional consulting firm with friend Geogre Schwenk under the name ‘Bedford Associates’’ located in Bedford, Massachusetts, USA. Morley and Schwenk worked with local machine tool firms to help them evolve into the new, solid-state manufacturing sphere. Unfortunately, as his firm progressed, he began to notice that each project he worked on was practically the same; the manufacturing industry was using similar minicomputers and Morley found himself bored.

With his creativity and his engineering motive to ‘make things work’, Morley started to wonder if he could invent a controller which could automate industrial process with multiple input/output arrangements in real time. This would alternately replace the likes of hard wired relay control systems.

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Meet the Team: Hollie McGaha (Radwell-Indiana)

In this week’s MEET THE TEAM Employee feature, we’re featuring Hollie McGaha, a Central Receiving Processor from Radwell-Indiana.

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Collaborative Marketing: Having Fun and Getting the Message Across

When marketing is at its best, creative people get together and create interesting, attention-grabbing content. Sometimes it's two people chatting. Sometimes it's a formal meeting of creative people. Regardless of who it is, inevitably it becomes interesting. As the thoughts flow from creative person to creative person, things tend to emerge that give flight to ideas and allow for expression in an unusual and sometimes powerful way. Other times it’s just fun and makes us laugh as we develop concepts and throw around puns. And usually it’s a little bit of everything mixed together. When it works, you definitely can feel it.

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7 Ways to Maintain A Safe Warehouse Environment

One of the most important things to have knowledge of when working in an industrial automation or warehouse environment is maintaining a safe workplace for all levels of employees. Jim Malia, Warehouse Manager, and Gary Wenrich, Logistics Operations Manager, both at Radwell International's headquarters in Lumberton, NJ,  offered some basic operating principles that can help anyone in a warehouse environment operate in a safe manner.

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MEET THE TEAM: ROSE MANOGUE-Radwell NJ

In this week’s MEET the TEAM Employee feature, we’re featuring Rose Manogue, who is the Payroll Supervisor at Radwell International.

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RadStar-Coral Eardley (Radwell-UK)

This week’s RadStar is Coral Eardley, a Warehouse Receiver at Radwell-United Kingdom.

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Delving Into Verified Subs with Alan Gage

One of the unique services we offer at Radwell International is private label verified sub products. Basically these are Radwell brand substitute parts that provide value for our clients and save them money. Radwell verified subs are a great option and I got to chat with Alan Gage, Radwell Brand Manager, about this unique service that we offer our clients to find out more about the process and the benefits.

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Tell us a little about you...

I graduated from West Virginia University in 2008 with a degree in marketing and business management. I started working in Receiving at Radwell for eight months, transferred to inside sales for 2 ½ years and then moved into a management position managing web sales. I did that for a year and a half before taking the opportunity to be inside sales manager for Radwell-Canada, which I did for a year and a half. The opportunity for working with verified subs presented itself and I was brought on board to do that at Radwell in NJ in June of 2014. This position allows me to utilize prior sales experience, my marketing degree, and business management experience which makes it interesting.

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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

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