On today’s podcast we continue our season about how machining companies acquire new work. Our guest is Wes Szpondowski, plant manager of Wyandotte Industries, a multi-spindle job shop near Detroit that predominantly runs good old ACME-GRIDLEY screw machines. We interviewed him last week when he came to Graff-Pinkert to inspect an ACME 1-5/8” RB-8.
Today’s show is the first episode of a multi-part series about how machining companies acquire new work.
Our guest is Federico Veneziano, CFO and COO of American Micro Products Inc., a precision machining company in Batavia, Ohio. Federico says one his key strategies for getting new customers is proving to them his company will minimize the problems that are bound to occur in most manufacturing jobs.
5-Axis CNC Tool Grinder
With Power Grinding & Work Heads
Various Extra Spare Parts Included
Swiss CNC Lathe
Bar Feeder: 12ft CAV16-IS
Cool Blaster Mist Collector