News

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

MPS York 2018 OT Model Line Strategy—One Model Line. One at a Time.

The 2018 OT Model Line strategy is underway at MPS York where our first Model Line went live the week of 12/04/17. We continue to create models in the different business environments of MacLean-Fogg in 2018. » Read More

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

A Transfer of Power: Making LOTOTO Convenient

The MFCS Saegertown facility is bringing their safety culture into the 21st century. With a safety culture that stretches back decades before they joined the MacLean-Fogg family, they are proud of their people, and how far they've come as a family. » Read More

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

MacLean Power Employees Receive Lineman Introduction Training

On October 20, 2017, team members from MacLean Power Systems Fort Mill Customer Service and York Plant attended an 8-hour training course on Line Worker Introduction at the York Technical College site in Chester, SC. The course was taught by a veteran lineman with extensive knowledge. » Read More

Monday, April 2, 2018

MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions Receives Supplier Award from Toyota

The Metform division of MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions (MFCS), a supplier of forgings, fasteners and machined parts, was recognized with an Excellent Quality award from Toyota Motor North America, Inc. (TMNA) at its Annual Supplier Business Meeting (ABM) on March 20, 2018. » Read More

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

MacLean Senior Industries is Making Strides Toward Operational Transformation

MacLean Senior Industries (MSI) is a MacLean Power Systems' division that serves the communications and electronics industries. MSI recently started their Lean Journey, and over the first few months, big steps were taken toward Operational Transformation. » Read More

Monday, March 12, 2018

MacLean Curtis Favorably Influences Future Plans of OT Intern

The time spent as a 2017 Operational Transformation intern for MacLean Curtis was an adventurous and educational experience. The initial sight of the enormous manufacturing machinery and those that were larger than life caused the chill down the intern's spine. » Read More