A Turbine Manufacturer Protecting the Environment and Supporting its Community

Steam Turbine Alternative Resources (STAR) is the only family-owned and woman-owned turbine company in the United States. It manufactures replacement parts for turbines in power plants, and its precision machine shop specializes in customized billets to help improve efficiency. For individualized parts that have been worn down, STAR uses reverse engineering to determine how the part fits into the power plant and recreates it.

Steam Turbine Alternative Resources

A Hard Name to Live Up To, But This Hardware Manufacturer has Done It

Somehow, a dynamic group of individuals who passionately love what they do and are free-spirited and innovative have put themselves, both internationally and in the U.S., at the very forefront of their industry. And the ‘somehow’ is all about outdoing the competition.

A+ Group

Next-Level Manufacturing Capabilities in Custom Tooling

Since 1972, Elizabeth Carbide Components has built a solid reputation in its industry for quality products, customer service and prompt delivery. The company manufactures custom-tooling, specialized components and wear parts made from tungsten carbide, ceramic, and tool steels.

Elizabeth Carbide Components

Addressing the Needs of the Industry

Fabric Sources International specializes in woven, nonwoven, composite, and specialty fabric products to provide customers with a one-stop shop for all their sourcing, converting, laminating, and coating needs. Headquartered in Dalton, Georgia, the company is a trusted solutions provider with a long-standing reputation for integrity, and high-quality service.

Fabric Sources International

A Bonding Experience Kicks off in Michigan

The Adhesives & Bonding Expo is set for March 24 to 26, 2020 at the Suburban Collection Showplace convention center in Novi, Michigan, near Detroit. The first-of-its-kind event will be co-located with the popular Foam Expo North America so attendees can take in two conferences at the same time.

Adhesives & Bonding Expo

Over 100 Years of Experience in the Cutting Industry

Hudson Cutting Solutions serves the manufacturing industry by providing complete customized solutions covering all aspects of cutting. Rather than selling premade, out-of-the-box equipment for die-cutting, splitting, skiving, and material handling, Hudson Cutting analyzes a manufacturer’s operation before presenting an innovative solution tailored to their needs.

Hudson Cutting Solutions

136 Years of Excellence

Edge-Sweets Company (ESCO) is at the forefront of innovation in the field of foam fabrication. Based at its 70,000-square-foot-plus facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the company is unique in North America for the breadth of its ever-expanding product range, and, as its sales skyrocketed to a record of nearly $20 million in 2019, there is no stopping this industry giant.

Edge-Sweets Company

The Future of Technical Foam

Attendees of Foam Expo North America will be able to take in presentations, panel discussions, networking opportunities, exhibitions, and a business-to-business (B2B) ‘matchmaking’ service. The largest conference and exhibition of its kind, Foam Expo North America takes place Tuesday, March 24 to Thursday, March 26, 2020, in Halls A, B, and C of the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan, near Detroit.

Foam Expo North America

Over a Century of Experience as a Global Partner

The history of international trade goes back centuries. However, the first wave of globalization in the nineteenth century was interrupted by the outbreak of the ‘Great War’ in 1914, when trade took a back seat to conflict.

Possehl Erzkontor

Putting People First

The world has changed considerably over the years, but Morton Industries’ commitment to its customers and employees remains strong decades after the company was created. A superb, motivated team continues to offer customers the finest in tube and sheet metal fabrication.

Morton Industries

Shaping the Future

Robotics, artificial intelligence, real-time data: Industry 4.0 has us looking at the COVID-19 pandemic’s hard reset as a chance to grow stronger, more resilient and open to innovation.

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