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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

MFCS Metform Works with University of Illinois Senior Engineering Design Team

During the 2017 spring semester, a University of Illinois Senior Engineering Design Team worked with Metform on a project to explore how to improve hot forging tool life. » Read More

Monday, November 27, 2017

MacLean-Fogg Company Updates Environmental Health and Safety Policy

In early 2017, MacLean-Fogg Company released an updated Environmental Health and Safety policy with the theme "Mission Zero." This policy establishes the framework upon which Mission Zero objectives and targets will be set. » Read More

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Duncan MacLean Becomes Fourth Generation Leader of Family-Owned MacLean-Fogg

Barry L. MacLean announced that, effective November 1, 2017, his son, Duncan MacLean, President of MacLean-Fogg, added the responsibility of Chief Executive Officer, leading all global company operations. Barry MacLean, former Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, will maintain his Chairman role and will continue to lead long-term strategy, planning, and new product advocacy. » Read More

Thursday, November 9, 2017

MPS Technical Presentation in Armenia

Four years ago, the High Voltage Electricity Network (HVEN) of Armenia commissioned Kalpatharu, an Indian contractor, to build a 220 kV transmission line in the mountainous region of southern Armenia. The contractor successfully introduced MPS polymer insulators into the Armenian market in 2013. » Read More

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Lean Basic Training for MFI and MacLean-Dulhunty in Yangzhou, China

The 5-day LBT (Lean Basic Training) was conducted at Yangzhou, China, July 3 through July 7 at a manufacturing factory of one of MacLean-Fogg International suppliers. Attendees came from MFI-Taiwan, MFI-Qingdao, MacLean-Dulhunty Power Yangzhou, and the owner and instructor of the consulting and training company from Shanghai, China. » Read More

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

MPS Supplies MCP Dixie Helical Piles for Distributor's Award-Winning Chelsea Garden

The soils on the Chelsea Flower Show project were a mix of alluvial deposits and clays, all overlain by 3m of fill (top soil, rubble, etc). The design prediction for the pile length was 16.5m and, in reality, the piles achieved required torque at depths between 12m and 16m. » Read More