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Oerlikon Group aims to become the leading integrated provider of materials, design expertise and production service for advanced metal AM components. By Bianca Herron

Oerlikon Group (SIX: OERL) is a leading global technology firm with more than 100 years of industry experience. The Swiss company has a global footprint of 13,500 employees at more than 170 locations in 37 countries.

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MIM brings new life to scrap metal through recycling.

By Alan Dorich

Midwest Industrial Metals (MIM) has more than 35 years in the metal recycling industry, but the collective expertise of its staff exceeds even that number. “We’ve [got] 150 to 200 years of experience just within the upper management group,” Vice President Chuck Dreyfuss says. “Our personnel are pretty seasoned.”

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Lionel Trains rolls into the future with modern features on its classic model trains.

By Chris Kelsch

When Lionel LLC President Howard Hitchcock hopped aboard the company in 2010, he already knew something about the responsibility that comes with working for beloved brands. He began his career with Lenox China and then moved into the world of collectibles with Waterford Crystal and the Hamilton Collection, known for its figurines.

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Kinetic Cutting Systems’ combination machines have made Caterpillar one of its loyal customers.

By Alan Dorich

When Kinetic Cutting Systems Inc. builds a machine, it strives to make it the most reliable and accurate piece of equipment on the market. This allows its clients to avoid downtime and “get the payback on their investment quicker,” U.S. Operations Manager Jeff Lee says.

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JAGGAER delivers source-to-pay spend solutions to the manufacturing industry.   

In response to the market demand for specialized spend management solutions, JAGGAER (formerly SciQuest) is dedicated to evolving supply chain and procurement needs. This has led JAGGAER to produce the world’s most comprehensive source-to-pay (S2P) indirect and direct spend solutions suites in its industry.

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DT Engineering restructured its culture to appeal to millennials as it builds the next generation of automation talent.

By Tim O’Connor

It seems that every day there are new reports on how millennials are destroying an established industry or upending long-practiced workplace norms. Some businesses have resisted that shift, decrying the generation as lazy, soft, lacking respect and too attached to their smartphones. But as older workers creep toward retirement, companies are finding they must appeal to millennials to replenish their ranks and talent pools.

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