At Dealer Council, we talked about things like the alarming trends that our distributors are seeing out in the workplace. We talked about what did we do in 2019, what do we plan to do in 2020…
So this is a very custom, eight-foot-wide by 16-foot tall double hinge door. That would be, you know, probably as tall as the ceiling in here, in the building. See more on this week’s episode of Mondays With Milt.
Happy Labor Day from Milt and WireCrafters!
Welcome to another episode of Mondays with Milt! Now, it is a very very hot day, it’s about 94/95 degrees and it might be even a little hotter in here in the shop so, Mr. Diebold and his trusty driver, Ethan, they’ve got a cooler filled with popsicles, that they’re going to deliver to each of the guys out here in the shop. Looks like operation popsicle is a big success!
Hey, it’s Matt from the marketing department. Today we’re going to show you behind the scenes of the making of Mondays With Milt. Got Milt there behind me. So we’re going to head out into the shop and see what we can find, so here we go.
– Welcome to another episode of Mondays With Milt Now today I’m back in the office but I’ve got a special guest with me. My twin brother Wilt is back in town.
Now why do people want solid sheet metal panels? Well, for building enclosures and they don’t want people to…
So what this does, we break down each line their production for each day that we’re gonna be writing. What it does is it tells you how many hours you’re gonna be having and it has the capacity on there and when they need to go over capacity, we put the over capacity magnet on it, letting the saw department workers know where to put the additional man power they need.
Welcome to another episode of Mondays With Milt. Now, I’m back out on the production floor today and I’m with our innovation team. So I’ve got the innovation manager here, Erik Johnson. Erik, why don’t you tell ’em a little bit about what you do as the innovation manager here.
Hey in the background, what you’ll see here is, we have built the wire partition around our conveyor area because after we paint the product, it’ll go upstairs and take a lap around the building to dry and then come back down.