Ohio MEP & CIFT Informational Meeting
Find out how CIFT and the Ohio Manufacturing Extension Partnership is benefiting the Northwest Ohio Economy.
A light breakfast will be provided.
CIFT’s Economic Impact in Ohio since 2016
Jobs Retained 949
Jobs Created 2,399
Increased Sales $6,112,260
Cost Savings $7,309,948
Retained Sales $11,713,260
New Investments $42,411,967
After utilizing the Workforce Economic Development and Continuing Education (WEDCE) team at Rhodes State College, a satellite office of Ohio MEP, for an audit, Randall Bearings had this to say:
“I personally want to thank WEDCE for the continued support,” said Billy Mosley, quality manager, Randall Bearings. “Working with them helped us achieve our very important ISO 9001-2015 certification. It was a wonderful experience. Our auditor spent a great amount of time looking at our entire operation. He was very impressed with our company and how our Quality Management System was structured. The communication between our two sites was assessed as a great example of a well-managed operation. We thank WEDCE for all they did and would highly recommend their services to any company.”
After conducting an energy efficiency study through the Ohio MEP/CIFT services, Potash Corporation (PCS) indicated that installing a Variable Frequency Drive would result in an annual cost savings of $85,848 for PCS, based on a rate of seven cents per kilowatt hour. The payback period is between six months to one year.
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