Minneapolis, MN, (PRWEB) August 9, 2006 –-
http://www.minco.com – Minco, a designer and manufacturer of critical components for critical applications, today announced its affiliation with the Supply-Chain Council, a global, non-profit trade organization dedicated to sponsoring and supporting educational programs.
Minco, a company that is focused on bringing educational value to design engineers and manufacturers, views its involvement in the Supply-Chain Council as an additional educational resource to better serve its customers.
“Minco is in a very fortunate position to be on the cutting edge of technological development,” said Tony Peet, Minco Vice President. “Minco wants to leverage this position as much as possible to get breakthrough applications to the market and really respond to emerging industry needs.”
In October 2005, Minco, along with Anoka-Ramsey Community College, was awarded a $399,998 Minnesota Job Skills Partnership (MJSP) grant to fund professional development training programs for Minco employees and the surrounding community.
Minco also launched “Let’s Talk E2E”, an online discussion forum dedicated to answering engineers’ most pressing design questions.
“The Supply-Chain Council is a worldwide organization that shares Minco’s educational goals,” said Tony Peet, VP. “As Minco expands globally into Europe and Asia Pacific, our involvement with the Supply-Chain Council will also expand internationally.”
To talk engineer-to-engineer and find answers to pressing design questions, visit Minco’s E2E forum at http://www.minco.com/community/e2e.aspx
For a list of events and workshops currently being sponsored by the Supply-Chain Council, visit http://www.supply-chain.org/
Minco designs, manufactures and markets critical components for critical applications. The company is unsurpassed in its ability to integrate and assemble flexible Thermofoil Heaters, Flex Circuits, Sensors, and Instruments into a single component for greater efficiency. Minco helps companies minimize the risk of product failure by providing highly reliable components and expert design services. http://www.minco.com.
About the Supply-Chain Council
The Supply-Chain Council is a global, not-for-profit trade association open to all types of organizations. It sponsors and supports educational programs including conferences, retreats, benchmarking studies, and development of the Supply-Chain Operation Reference (SCOR) Model. The Council is dedicated to improving the supply chain efficiency of its practitioner members. http://www.supply-chain.org