In the manufacturing industry, technology is vital for the success and growth of innovative processes. With manufacturing processes being in Industry 4.0 which according to AMFG “is an approach to manufacturing that enhances quality and efficiency through strategic automation and seamless data exchange”. Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is a key component in Industry 4.0. AI is the process of computers learning through different algorithms to predict future outcomes and help current situations. Manufacturing companies can use AI to cut costs, streamline supply chains, increase safety, and much more.
Minneapolis, MN—December 1, 2020
FasTest, Inc. is pleased to announce the promotion of Teran Grosz to the position of Director of Global Sales.
Effective December 1, 2020, Teran will begin the transition working with the professional group of outside salespeople around the world.
Teran has been in his current role as Business Development Manager, Vehicle Systems since March of 2020. Prior to that Teran was a top performing Regional Sales Manager, starting at FasTest in July of 2015.
Over his 5+ years at FasTest he has been a consistent leader willing to take on additional responsibilities and assignments including a lead role with Cummins, travel to the UK in support of our good distributor partner Tom Parker and the development of target and key accounts. He is also on the FasTest Distributor Action Council and a consistent leader for us in the critical Vehicle Systems segment of our business.
Safety has always and will be a top priority in the manufacturing industry. From physical injuries to environmental hazards, these unfortunate events could cost the company a substantial amount of resources. On top of these events, they are hard to predict which means they could strike at any time. Take COVID-19, for example, no one could scope out the damage this virus would do to the manufacturing industry leading to a negative outlook for the future with leading manufacturers – 78.3% of manufacturers anticipating a financial impact from the virus. Without a plan when these unfortunate events happen, there could be a potential to close down the manufacturing plant and much worse. Luckily, there are ways that you can convert your manufacturing plant into an atmosphere that is safe and encourages the use of standard safety practices. In this post, FasTest will break down what the most common safety hazards are and 5 ways to achieve safety in your plant.
Minneapolis, MN—June 1, 2020. For Immediate Release
FasTest, Inc., manufacturer of the world’s premier sealing connection tools and systems, has completed an extensive rebranding effort in response to accelerated company growth and a renewal to its corporate vision. At the heart of this rebranding is a change of the company’s look and feel, including logo and color scheme.
Gary Rychley, President at FasTest, said, “After 35 years of connecting with our customers around the world, we strongly believe that now is the time for a fresh and vibrant look that matches and reflects how our business has evolved. Product Innovation with new technologies to supply our global customers with the broadest and most advance product line in the industry sets us apart and positions FasTest for the next 35 years.”