Creating a culture of workplace safety begins with a well-trained workforce. Last week, MES safety training program took place in MES Metrics Mexico. Employees trained on-site to improve their safety consciousness and knowledge, to prevent incident happening and implement first aid measures. MES believes that real-world experience on how to make the workplace safer for everyone is the best way to protect and benefit employees. Every year, there are many similar training programs being held at different locations globally at MES. These programs include fire protection, safety materials handling and storage, personal protective training, CPR and first aid. MES global offices and warehouses also have related inspections at regular intervals to ensure environmental safety. MES believes that employees are a company’s greatest asset, and we want everyone works at MES has a healthy and safe working environment.
MES CPO Heena Shah and Global Marketing Lead Carol Kwong attended Columbus Foundation’s Holiday Open House Event on December 6th, 2017. It was a great honor to serve the community and the purpose of our philanthropy had always been giving back to the society. At MES, we consider ourselves lucky to be a part of a global team of dedicated professionals committed to providing best supply chain services. We also realize that an individual and an organization has responsibility and the power to make a difference. “To turn caring into action, we need to see a problem, find a solution, and deliver impact”-Bill Gates. Having the global footprint, we believe we have the resources and reach to make a significant positive impact in the communities we are in. About The Columbus Foundation The Columbus Foundation was established in 1943. Today, the Foundation serves as a trusted philanthropic advisor in all […]
Come to visit MES at booth at 576. We hope to see you there! The NMSDC Conference and Business Opportunity Exchange is the nation’s premier forum on minority supplier development. For four days, more than 6,000 corporate CEOs, procurement executives and supplier diversity professionals from the top multinational companies, as well as leading Asian, Black, Hispanic and Native American business owners and international organizations will convene in Detroit, Michigan at Cobo Center to re-energize their collective efforts to Certify > Develop > Connect > and Advocate for solid minority firms in the global corporate supply chain. More than 700 exhibit booths provide the perfect backdrop for corporations and minority business enterprises to showcase their products, services and solutions. In the days that follow, thought leaders, chief procurement officers and seasoned minority business executives engage in panel discussions, plenary sessions and workshops to share best practices, current trends and issues, and next practices to bolster the […]
MES Inc. is proudly announcing its expansion in the European market. Starting this month, MES Inc. will be serving its clients in the lighting, automotive, industrial machinery manufacturing, heavy and agricultural machines, electronics and medical industries, from its office in Zielona Gora, in the Lubuskie District of Poland. Located in the Western part of the country, 80 km from the border with Germany, Zielona Gora is strategically positioned to serve the European industrial clusters. We are excited by the limitless possibilities that the European market presents in terms of manufacturing and take this opportunity to introduce Jakub Danisz, the newly appointed European Business Development Manager. Jakub spent all his professional life in new business development in the die-casting industry and knows the European market like the back of his hand. He also has an undying passion for organizing and running marathons. Jakub can be reached at: UL. Bohaterow Westerplatte 9/226, […]
MES Inc. has been successfully serving clients in Mexico for over 5 years but is constantly trying to understand better the Mexican economic reality, the struggles that our potential clients are facing in terms of price, quality and lead times and how they could benefit from the products and services we offer. Our determination is not deterred by the uncertainty surrounding the faith of NAFTA and we are as convinced as ever of the mutual benefits of the US-Mexico trade relationship. We are also committed in helping companies which have invested greatly in the Mexican manufacturing sector in maintaining and growing their competitive edge. As such, Randy Rhodes, our Director of Sales and Marketing participated earlier this month to the Columbus 2020 Trade Mission in Mexico City and Monterrey, MX. The program included meetings with manufacturers in the lighting, industrial equipment, electronics, automotive and HVAC industries as well as well […]