Offshore competition and Massachusetts manufacturing best practices to be key areas of discussion
PALMER, MA – Sanderson MacLeod, Inc. announced on Monday, June 15, that the Associated Industries of Massachusetts (AIM) selected the company to host State Senator Anne M. Gobi (D-Spencer) for a tour of their Palmer, MA manufacturing facility. AIM’s purpose in selecting a successful business in Western Massachusetts to visit was to encourage an open dialogue with Senator Gobi regarding both the opportunities and challenges faced by companies in the Bay State. According to AIM, Sanderson MacLeod was chosen based upon their ongoing commitment to manufacturing in Massachusetts, innovative business approaches, commitment to LEAN manufacturing and record of sustained revenue growth.
AIM is a community of Massachusetts employers working together to improve the business climate and create economic opportunity by reducing the cost of health care, taxes, unemployment insurance and other business expenses. In addition, AIM seeks to shape state and federal business regulation while ensuring a skilled and highly educated work force.
Senator Gobi’s visit will include an employee led interactive facility tour, a company briefing regarding Sanderson MacLeod’s plans for the future and an informative idea exchange regarding best practices for successfully manufacturing in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
About Sanderson MacLeod, Inc.
Sanderson MacLeod’s 100+ employees come to work every day committed to being the best twisted wire brush company in the world. That’s why so many major corporations have classified Sanderson MacLeod as “dock to stock” and named the company “supplier of the year.” Sanderson MacLeod works diligently to be not just a supplier, but also a trusted partner in the development and sale of twisted wire brush products, saving customers money through customized inventory management and large volume discounts. Sanderson MacLeod makes customers more competitive with design assistance for innovative new product development.