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February 2, 2016

Randy Rhodes will join “MAKE IN INDIA” Discussion Panel

On Monday, March 2 , 2016, Randy Rhodes, the Sales and Marketing manager of MES Inc. will be honored to join in the discussion panel and networking lunch to discuss opportunities created for Ohio businesses by the explosive economic growth in India. The event is organized by Kegler Brown and the Consulate of India, New York. Randy has extensive experience in strategic sourcing, lean manufacturing, quality, project management, and business development. As Manufacturing is in a constant transformation, Randy understands the importance of India for some of the key industries: automotive, electronics, heavy machinery, etc. and is set to take advantage of it to the benefit of our clients. This panel, consisting of Kegler Brown’s Vinita Bahri-Mehra, MES Inc.’s Randy Rhodes, DLZ Corporation’s Shyam Rajadhyaksha, will join Dr. Manoj Mohapatra, Deputy Consul General, Consulate of India, New York, will talk about the initiative’s opportunities for manufacturing, capital and technology investments in India. – See more at:      
January 29, 2016

MES participated in the Aluminum Symposium 2016

MES participated on January 20-22 in one of the largest international metals events, the Aluminum Symposium 2016, organized by Platts under the theme ‘Outlook for Aluminum in 2016’. As our company expands its global commitment in China, India and Mexico while stabilizing its position on the American market, we are determined to coin our strategy in accordance with the metal industry synergies. We constantly try to understand the pain points of our clients and address them as deep in the value chain as possible.  Our people make it their job to be present in those events that would benefit our stakeholders, be they upstream or downstream.   The symposium was a success, with key speakers addressing the worries of the industry about the aluminum supply and demand, the plunging prices, the future of scrap, the developments of Russia and CIS market, China’s economic slowdown and Mexico’s rise as a supplier for […]
January 26, 2016

Hiten Shah Joined OSU Fisher College CIBER Advisory Council

MES President, Hiten Shah, was honored to be invited to join OSU Fisher College CIBER Advisory Council. He participated in CIBER meeting at OSU on Friday – 1/22/16. Group reviewed main charters of CIBER and ideas which OSU can use to further the cause of CIBER. CIBER’s mission is: 1] Being a National Resource for Teaching Improved IB (International Business Techniques) 2] Providing Instruction in Critical Foreign Languages and Culture 3] Providing Research / Training in Global Aspects of Trade and Commerce 4] Providing Training to Students in which Center is Located 5] Serving as Regional Resource for Global Business 6] Serving Other Faculty, Students, and Institutions of Higher Education in the Region OSU Fisher College Dean Anil Makhija, Director Kurtis Roush and other team members were in attendance with members from service providers and business community. Team discussed some actionable ideas to further each of the missions above.  
January 7, 2016

Manufacturing Today- MES, INC

MES is proud to announce that MES featured in this month’s issue of Manufacturing Today. President and CEO, Hiten Shah, talks about the challenges of global sourcing and supply chain management, the importance of the emerging markets, the bid on Mexico and sustainable growth. Read the full article  
December 18, 2015

MES included in Business First- Top 5 biggest minority-owned businesses

MES is proud to announce today that it has been named to the Top of the list: Biggest minority- Owned Businesses. – See more at: MES ranked No. 4 minority-owned business in Central Ohio serves customers all over the country and the world. MES helps develop 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