ConAgg / IFPE Expo – One of the world’s largest construction industry trade shows, will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada on March 7th-11th. MES Senior account managers Mike Dent and Michael Murphy will attend the show. Their contact information is provided below. Please feel free to contact them: Mike Dent – email@example.com; 614-907-3002 Michael Murphy – firstname.lastname@example.org; 740-513-0663 Registration is open: http://www.conexpoconagg.com/visit/register/ MES develops custom engineered solutions by leveraging global manufacturing resources and implementing comprehensive supply chain solutions. We do this by following five distinct steps including finding and auditing suppliers, developing their quality systems, consolidating shipments at various ports, performing domestic value added operations and warehousing near customers and shipping on Just-In-Time basis. We source manufactured components from India, China, Australia, Taiwan, Vietnam and Malaysia. MES maintains warehouse facilities in Ohio, California, Texas and Mexico. Our manufacturing capabilities include Die casting, Sand casting, Investment casting, Forging, Permanent molding […]
We at MES, Inc. would like to thank Columbus Business First for providing a great platform for professional business women to connect with each other. See more details about Top Women Networking Group at: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/promo/topwomen-signup MES Inc. is a full-service provider of global manufacturing and supply chain management services. We source manufactured components from India, China, Australia, Taiwan, Vietnam and Malaysia. MES maintains warehouse facilities in Ohio, California, Texas and Mexico. We help many North American OEMs by managing the entire outsourced manufacturing process.
Congratulations go out to MES President and CEO, Hiten Shah, for being selected as one of the top Small Business Leaders by the Columbus Chamber of Commerce for his considerable success, leadership skills, innovation, and contributions to the community. Learn more about the award at: http://columbus.org/about/awards/small-business-award/ When asked about how leadership contributes to the success of the company, Hiten mentions: Leadership to run and grow the company over a sustained time frame requires a mix of qualities including understanding customer needs, aligning team members to focus on those customer needs and enabling operations and processes to be formed to perform functions in a consistent fashion. Key qualities required to grow a global supply chain business are: Sensitivity and understanding of global cultures. Ability to assess and take calculated risks Willingness and open to failures while trying to create solutions Listening to the customer and to your people. Most people […]
MES Inc. takes great pride in its ongoing collaboration with academia not only to tap into the great resource that the students enrolled in the top business programs represent, but also to contribute to their exposure to the challenges businesses face on a regular basis. Part of this collaboration, last week, Alina Harastasanu our own Business Analyst gave a presentation to the students enrolled in the Ohio Export Internship Program (OEIP) on the importance of the Free Trade Agreements. Alina talked about several topics of interest to US companies engaging in import-export, including: The results of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) since its creation, including the biases on trade deficit and loss of US manufacturing jobs; What changes we can expect from the new Presidential Administration and how they will impact companies, especially the automotive industry; The consequences of US withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), identifying winners […]
MES Inc. decision to expand its operations in Mexico was related to our largest North American clients’ strategic approach to invest in the country. We have started shipments to Mexico in 2011 and by the winter of the same year we were already warehousing and serving our clients out of Monterrey. We have been consolidating our presence in Mexico ever since and continue to add staff. About 20% of our business comes today from Mexico. MES Inc., like most of our clients in Mexico, is worried, not so much about the actual change in the provisions of NAFTA or by the potential withdrawal of the US, but by the uncertainty surrounding the issue. Because there is no precedent in the history of modern trade relationships where US withdrew from a trade agreement, nobody knows what to expect or the timeframe to expect it within. This is disrupting our clients’ strategy […]