MES is built on a culture of caring and giving. MES decided to change our donation philosophy this year by making our team members’ causes, our own. Following that, every associate picked 1-2 charities which company donated to. Following are some of charities who benefited: MyChildFund.org; National Church Residences Foundation; Church of Christ of the Apostolic Faith (Food Pantry); American Red Cross; Girl Scouts; Boys Scouts of America; Highpoint Evangelical Christian Church; Chloe Inc.; St. Matthew Catholic School, C/O Susan Malloy; Berwyn East Academy; National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI); Global Visionaries; Western Golf Association Evans Scholars Foundation; Gahanna Special Olympics and CHA Animal Shelter; NEHSA & Food Pantry; YMMCA; Hartley’s Hawgs Bass Fishing Club & Homegrown 4-Him 4-H Club of Delaware County; Autism Speaks; Community Shelter Board; Grove City Vineyards; Hospice Ohio; Akshayapatra; Vraj. etc. Thanks to all the team members for actively participating in their communities and causes.
Whether your company produces thousands of lights for a new high-rise or street lights for a small community, finding the right die cast manufacturers can, often times, be difficult. You can save money by buying manufactured parts for your products from countries like China, India, or Mexico, but do you have the time or resources to search hundreds of companies to find what you are looking for? Let MES partner with you to bring your orders to your door step and provide just-in-time supply chain management solutions. Because we can get what you need when you need it, there is no need to stock up for later. You save warehouse and inventory management costs. As supply agents, we can get high-volume discounts for your small to mid-sized orders. And, because this is our specialty, we deal with manufacturers around the world who can use a variety of manufacturing methods to […]
One of the constraints in die casting often is the fairly high cost of tooling. This high cost makes it difficult, or in some cases even impossible, for some companies to compete or justify developing many products utilizing die castings aesthetics and superior mechanical strengths. In surveys done by CSCMP and APICS, quality of offshore supplier is often rated as #1 or #2 issue by purchasing managers, die casting commodity managers and engineers. There is a lot of information on the internet, but most of the suppliers would not be picked by customers as websites are not comprehensive or sometimes deceiving. What makes a difference are having engineers or sourcing people on the ground who can visit suppliers, who can do some due diligence with local competitors, tooling suppliers, accountants and if needed, banks. MES has team on the ground in India and China to do second level diligence on […]