FastForward™ Concept Takes Shape As A New Machining Center At Jergens Inc.
Tuesday, August 9, 2016 – Jergens Inc. of Cleveland, OH opens the doors to their new machining efficiency technology center called FastForward™ to describe their objective, vision and pace for industry. The regional center will focus on the Maker/Manufacturing movement and its significance to the nation’s economy.
“With this dedicated space, we are further stepping up our efforts to promote training and education across the board including customers, suppliers, partners, students and the community that serves Manufacturing”, says Jack Schron, president of Jergens. “We are looking to expand the knowledge base for the vocational workforce and those pursuing a career in manufacturing, and to encourage creativity to Think, Make and Grow”, Schron continues.
HAAS Automation, the largest machine tool company in the United States, is partnering with Jergens by providing their newest VF4 SS Vertical Machining Center and the process technology that goes with it. In addition, Parlec, an industry-leader in toolholding and measuring equipment is providing their solutions. Add to that Jergens Quick-Change Fixturing and Clamping solutions, and FastForward boasts some of the most sophisticated manufacturing technology available today for demonstration and education. The center will regularly host events such as seminars, classes, think tanks and more.
For more information on FastForward, contact Jergens at 15700 S. Waterloo Road, Cleveland, OH 44110-3898. Phone: 877-486-1454; Fax: 216-481-6193; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit on the web at www.jergensinc.com. Founded in 1942, Jergens, Inc. is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company committed to helping its customers achieve leaner, more profitable manufacturing, and continues to add products and engineered solutions for an integrated approach to "Manufacturing Efficiency".
Caption: Jergens new FastForward™ Machining Efficiency Center uses the latest machining and quick-change workholding technology to focus on process improvement and workforce development