At MES, we love to give back to our communities by supporting local organizations, charities, food drives, fundraisers, and even running marathons! One organization we are proud to support is the Gahanna Special Olympics, which is coordinated by our very own MES associate, Eric Turner. Recently, MES made a donation to the Gahanna Special Olympics to help sponsor their events. This organization serves more than 65 athletes with intellectual disabilities year-round in basketball, bowling, golf, swimming, track & field, and equestrian sports. A special thanks to Eric for taking the time to coordinate events for the athletes and their families. We’re proud to have such a caring and giving person as part of our team! For more information about the Gahanna Special Olympics, you can visit their site at: http://gahannaspecialolympics.org/.
EY announces MES, Inc, Founder and President, Hiten Shah is an EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2015 Award finalist in Ohio Valley COLUMBUS, April 14, 2015 – EY today announced that Hiten Shah, Founder of MES, Inc and Metrics Holdings Group of Companies is a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2015 Awards in the Ohio Valley Region. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. Hiten Shah was selected as a finalist by a panel of independent judges. Award winners will be announced at a special gala event on June 4, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency in Cincinnati. MES helps customers by providing supply chain management and global sourcing solutions. MES has sourcing offices and teams in India, China, Mexico and Vietnam. MES helps find suppliers and develops them in different regions through rigorous quality audit and inspection […]
One of MES’s guiding philosophies is “To Develop Quality Suppliers Across the Globe.” One of MES’s key metrics for analyzing the quality of our parts is Quality PPM. Quality PPM is measured in “quantity of parts rejected per million parts shipped.” MES prides itself on having committed supplier partners and genuinely feels that they are only as good as their suppliers. To validate this philosophy, MES is investing in our supplier relationship. MES has created a new position of “Gage and Process Development Engineer” and hired a sound process engineer with deep expertise in process setup, tooling, gages, and poka-yoke. This engineer’s primary and only responsibility is to develop and train MES’s China team for quality processes and poka-yoke them to ensure quality products. Our engineer, Steve, made his second trip in last 2 months and went through detailed Kaizen review with MES’s key suppliers for: Review of aesthetic standards for all […]
MES Opens New Warehouse in Houston To provide the best service and ease delivery challenges due to port congestion due the strike and aftermath, MES, Inc. has opened an additional warehouse facility in Houston, TX. We plan to use this warehouse as a backup in cases of East Coast or West Coast Port Issues. With a commitment to be within 2-3 shipping days of our customer’s plants, we will also use this location to support our growing customer base in Mississippi, Alabama and Juarez, Mexico. MES, Inc. responded early to the Los Angeles Port strike warnings by routing much of our customer cargo through Houston, Texas. With a potential strike looming, our first containers rolled through Houston by mid-October–well before our customers and competitors alike were trying to push their cargo through LA. While the port strike did cause us to delay about 20% of our cargo which we could […]
Abu Dhabi: The shipping industry is benefiting as oil prices continue to tumble in the global markets, ship owners and experts have said. Operation costs of ships have gone down and demand for oil tankers have picked up as some countries like China try to stockpile oil taking advantage of the lower oil prices. “This is having a positive effect on the shipping industry. We expect profits of companies to go up,” said Per Wistoft, chief executive officer of Dubai-based United Arab Chemical Carriers that operates a big fleet of tankers in the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent. Oil prices have been sliding for the past few months. From a peak of $115 in June, prices have dropped to around $50 this week. Analysts have predicted the trend to continue till the second quarter of this year. According to Wistoft, bunkering costs have almost halved since last year and […]