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Guest Editorial

Next-generation education

With the right training, companies can do more with less

Financing Flexibility

Hybrid loans can help metals companies enhance working and growth capital

Decoding the decision process

Avoid typical pitfalls to ensure a new software system is installed successfully

Establish a safe workplace

Supervisors are the impact players when building a sustainable safety culture

Manage energy use for a high-performing bottom line

Metalworking is a complex, energy-intensive process

A costly disconnect

How Craig Becker’s appointment to the NLRB may make life difficult for metal stampers and roll form companies

Testing and identifying materials

Challenges arise, even with the aid of spectrometry

Metals equivalents and cross referencing

Deciphering material standards is crucial for international business

Storm clouds gather over Bush tax cuts renewal

As I write this column for the October issue, Hurricane Earl is bearing down on the Outer Banks as a Category 3 storm

Defining specifications

Understanding material standards is essential for metal applications

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July 2014

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