Staub Manufacturing Solutions – SME Chapter 18
February 21, 2019 Time: 6:00 PM
Staub Manufacturing Solutions
2501 Thunderhawk Ct, Dayton, OH 45414
Steve Staub and his sister Sandy Keplinger started the company in April of 1997 with the help of their father and mentor, the late Ben Staub, Sr. For over twenty years the company has operated under the simple motto of “Do the right thing”. It’s much more than a saying at Staub Manufacturing Solutions, it’s part of our DNA. It’s part of what Ben Staub, Sr. taught us as children and its part of what he taught us as business people. Proud to be the 3rd generation in the manufacturing industry and the 5th generation in Dayton, Ohio, we strive to build on our family reputation by getting the job done correctly, on time and on target because it is the right thing to do! We know that a manufacturer’s success is tied directly to the performance of those who they work with. That is why we provide hassle-free, quality parts, on time, because it is the right thing to do. It’s important to us and it’s an important part of why our customers have come to rely on us.
Staub Manufacturing Solutions specializes in sheet metal fabrication, light structural fabrication, high-speed laser blanking and 3D laser cutting.
Closed toe shoes.
Register via email to Mike Monnier (email@example.com) by noon February 19
SPRINGFIELD OHIO – CHAPTER 76
January 2019 TOUR OF IDEAL STEEL
DATE: Tuesday, January 22
6:00 P.M. 2019.
SUBJECT: Plant tour of
WHERE: 423 S. York Street
Springfield, OH 45505
Ph. (800) 382-9956
WHEN: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Dinner: LOCAL RESTAURANT
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED FOR THE TOUR!
MUST INCLUDE EMPLOYER FOR HOST APPROVAL
Larry Borders at: 937-521-5342 Or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
by Monday, January 21, 2019.
November 15, 2018 Time: 6:00 PM
Community Tissue Services – Center for Tissue, Innovation and Research
2900 College Drive Kettering, OH 45420
The Center for Tissue, Innovation and Research helps fulfill the Community Tissue Services mission of saving and enhancing lives through process, distribution, research and development of allograft tissue locally, nationally and internationally.
The development and utilization of emerging technologies in tissue engineering and biomechanics assist Community Tissue Services in the discovery of innovative solutions that enhance tissue transplant technology.
All musculoskeletal and skin tissue grafts recovered by their tissue centers and recovery partners across the United States are processed in Kettering, OH and then returned to communities around the nation for transplant. Strict processing procedures are performed to ensure quality and safe tissue grafts for transplantation.
Register via email to Mike Monnier (email@example.com) by noon November 12