Production Machining

DEC 2014

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Ben Belzer to Head TCI Precision Metals TCI Precision Metals named Ben Belzer as president and COO for the company, efective immediately. Mr. Belzer, 33, represents the third genera- tion in the closely held company and has been with TCI since 2004. He will take over day-to-day operations. John Belzer is stepping aside and will remain active as the company's CEO. "This is an extremely proud moment for me personally and important milestone for TCI," says John Belzer, CEO of TCI Preci- sion Metals. "Ben brings renewed energy, creativity, applied technologies and a focus on transformative culture while providing exceptional value to the company over the past 10 years. Moving forward, under his leadership, the company will continue to evolve as a customer-centric organization." :: TCI Precision Metals 800-234-5613 :: Ganesh Machinery Announces Investment from Perpetual Capital Partners Ganesh Machinery has received an invest- ment from Perpetual Capital Partners, a private investment frm. The investment will support Ganesh Machinery's continued expansion and new growth initiatives as it continues to seek to provide high quality products and exceptional service to cus- tomers nationwide. "This investment will enable Ganesh to better serve our customers, by helping us meet our customers' equipment needs more quickly, to expand our post-sale support and to bring new products to market," says Harvinder Singh, president of Ganesh Machinery. "By partnering with Perpetual Capital Partners, Ganesh will be able to serve more customers across more industries and in new geographic regions that we were not previously able to reach with the level of service and support we like to provide." :: Ganesh Machinery 888-542-6374 :: Index Announces Northwest Dealer Index Corporation has added Ellis Machin- ery in Fife, Washington, as its distributor in Oregon and Washington. Ellis Machinery & Equipment Incorporated, founded in 1998, is a locally owned machine tool distribu- tor in Washington and Oregon, ofering advanced CNC machine tool technology. It maintains a team of sales and service engineers trained to provide complete customer service. :: Index Corporation 317-770-6300 :: AccuRounds Wins Team Massachusetts Economic Impact Award AccuRounds has been named a Community Hero for the Team Massachusetts Econom- ic Impact Awards, presented annually by MassEcon. The awards celebrate companies that have made outstanding contributions to the Massachusetts economy. "The Massachusetts Economic Impact Award winners have made great contribu- tions to our state's economy and have spurred regional development throughout the Commonwealth," says Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Greg Bialecki. AccuRounds is one of three companies selected as a Community Hero, an award conferred for the frst time this year by MassEcon. AccuRounds has distinguished itself through its leadership in promoting advanced manufacturing, workforce train- ing, STEM education, vocational educa- tion, and ambassadorship, among other contributions. :: AccuRounds 877-882-2228 :: Sterling Machine Awarded Training Grant Sterling Machine Company Inc. is the re- cipient of a $74,300 grant to help train 32 employees and create job opportunities for three additional hires over the next 2 years. The company will match the balance of the almost $150,000 project to train its workforce in additional lean manufacturing techniques leading to ongoing, continuous Murata Machinery USA Celebrates 40 Years in Business This year, Murata Machinery USA Inc. is celebrating its 40th year in business. The company produces high production machine tools and innovative industrial automation in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Predating Murata Machinery USA by 12 years, the Logistics & Automation Division began servicing North American customers in 1962. Murata is the world's fourth larg- est turnkey installer of automated material handling systems, with more than 11,000 systems in place, the company says. Murata Machinery has engaged in cre- ating lathes for the turning market since 1961. Originally, the company made lathes for the Warner & Swasey Company in the 1970s and '80s. Murata purchased War- ner & Swasey Company in the mid 1980s and established the current organization. The turning business unit focuses on an extensive line of CNC turning machines and high-speed automation. :: Murata Machinery USA Inc. 800-428-8469 NEWS 12 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: DECEMBER 2014

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