Northwest Chapter of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance Leading the Charge for Manufacturers in the State
Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
The Georgia Manufacturing Alliance is pleased to announce the launch of the Northwest Chapter. This chapter will cover the territory east of Interstate 75 and north of Interstate 20. Ms. Gail Moore is the North West Chapter Director for GMA and the co-founder of Custom Plastics and More. Her company offers innovative solutions in plastic part fabrication, product design, project management, and secondary operations for a wide range of industries.
“We are seeing significant growth in manufacturing in our area and are excited to launch the Northwest Chapter of GMA,” said Gail Moore. “The enthusiasm and support from local manufacturers and surrounding suppliers has been energizing, and we look forward to seeing our group solidify.”
The Northwest Chapter launched its first meeting with a Coffee and Connections Networking group and a tour of Fulfillment Strategies International in March. They also had a tour of Seasons 4 in April and have 2 tours planned on May 17th which will highlight manufacturers in Buchanan, GA.
Chickmate Plant Tour • May 17 • Buchanan (Morning Tour)
Chickmate feeders came from an idea by a progressive thinking farmer, Pat Awalt, who noticed a crack in the feed line and saw feed dropping onto the floor. He developed a more efficient method of feeding baby chickens and invented a baby chick feed dispenser that "automatically" feeds the young birds. Manufactured from high-quality plastics, Chickmate manufacturers 7 models of feed dispensers and 3 feed pan models for commercial chicken houses and are distributed worldwide. Attendees will see the complete process of injection molding from raw material to finished product.
MCL Industries Plant Tour • May 17 • Buchanan (Afternoon Tour)
MCL Industries has over 35 years of converting standard materials, custom co-extrusions, and multi-layered laminations. MCL Industries uses unique combinations of laminating, die cutting, coating, and printing to meet a broad range of demands for electrical, automotive, consumer, industrial, and medical products. In addition to specialty die cut and fabricated parts, they offer raw material consulting, and new product design/development.
The Georgia Manufacturing Alliance invites local manufacturers and suppliers to attend these tours to understand the important services they offer and the economic impact they have in our state. For registration information, please visit: https://www.georgiamanufacturingalliance.com/events/