MES Inc. is proud to announce that it is expanding the industries served to include hydraulics. We have done so by acquiring some assets of Salcon Valve Company: www.salconvalve.com and taking over their key customers including Siemens, Emerson and Dresser Rand. Salcon owner, Troy Salyers, is retiring, but will continue to consult for MES to support sales and engineering activities. This constitutes the first of a series of mergers and acquisitions meant to strategically boost the growth of MES and integrate those capabilities valued and sought by our customers. Counting on the support of industry experts, we are happy to expand our expertise and reach as well as diversify our portfolio of products and clients. MES Inc. acknowledges the importance and relevance of these products for a myriad of industries in North America. While in the last years we have witnessed a slow-down of the heavy manufacturing and energy markets, […]
MES, Inc. announced today that it has been named to the prestigious 2016 Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest growing companies. The annual program recognizes companies that have the largest average annual revenue growth from the previous three years. This marks the 5th year that MES has been included on the Inc 5000 listing. Only a tiny fraction of the nation’s companies have demonstrated such remarkably consistent high growth. MES official rank will not be available until August 17th at the major public release. The 35th Annual Inc. 5000 Conference and Gala will be held October 18- 20, 2016 at the JW Marriott Hill Country in San Antonio. Featured keynote speakers include Tony Robbins, Marvell Technology’s Weili Dai and New Belgium Brewing’s Kim Jordan. For details, visit www.inc5000conference.com.
Columbus, OH hosts the U.S.-Canada Summit Central Ohio has developed in the last years to become a hub for leading corporate, academic and research institutions, and continues to grow at a spectacular rate. Columbus has today one of the largest concentration of large companies in the United States. It is now a “technologically sophisticated city” and for the second year in a row, ranked in the top 10 tech cities in the U.S. Part of the merit goes to the Battelle Memorial Institute, The Ohio State University, U.S. third largest campus and the Ohio Supercomputer Center. The latter leading innovation in bioscience, advanced materials and data exploitation. Taken into consideration Columbus’ profile, it is not surprising that last week, it hosted the first U.S. – Canada Summit under the acronym S.A.G.E. (Strategies. Advocacy. Gateways. Engagement). Organized by the John Glenn College of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University, The Center for Canadian Studies at Johns […]
MES is always looking to reduce prices, lead times and hedge risks in the supply chain for the benefit of our clients. MES is currently serving our Mexico based clients using two ports: Manzanillo and Lazaro Cardenas, two of the largest commercial ports in the country. Our Mexican team has visited last week the Port of Lazaro Cardenas to witness the infrastructure metamorphosis of the port which is expanding is size, capacity and security due to a massive investment program in the maritime commercial operations. The volume of imports through the Mexican ports has increased exponentially due to NAFTA and the related boom in manufacturing in Mexico. In particular, the development of the automotive cluster in the center of the country, benefited Lazaro Cardenas and propelled it at the top of commercial ports in Mexico. Honda, Toyota, Ford and GMC use this port to move an impressive number of vehicles […]