Marlin Steel Wire Products' President, Drew Greenblatt, Will Deliver a Speech at Automate 2011 - "Grow Great Jobs and Profits with More Automation"

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Growing USA jobs and healthy factories require aggressive automation. Drew Greenblatt will touch on the benefits of automation for the employees - better pay, better benefits, safer and more interesting jobs are created. Automated companies are more likely to thrive and survive the recession. Their quality is superior and their ability to ship fast is enhanced.

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Automation helps employees because they are more productive and make better quality parts faster.

Employees at automated facilities are safer, paid better, and have a more interesting job

Marlin Steel Wire’s President, Drew Greenblatt, will speak at Automate 2011 in Chicago IL on Tuesday March 22, 2011. “Grow Great Jobs and Profits with more Automation” is the focus of the speech to lift the USA out of its recession quicker.

Greenblatt’s speech will touch on the benefits of automation for companies to increase their profits and to create great jobs in US Manufacturing. The employees in highly automated factories are paid more, safer and have a more secure future with better benefits and a more interesting job. Automated companies are more likely to survive the recession because they can ship faster and produce a better quality product consistently.

Marlin Steel manufacturers wire baskets, wire forms & sheet metal fabrication - unique because everything is made in the USA, exported to 33 countries and grown profits and revenue six years straight. Marlin Steel’s industrial baskets are exported for parts washing baskets, ultrasonic cleaning baskets applications by prestigious clients like Sanofi, Pfizer, Merck, Roche, Genentech, UTC, GE Medical, Baxter, Raytheon, Northrop.

Automate 2011 is the largest solutions-based showcase of automation technologies in North America. Automate demonstrates the full spectrum of automation technologies and solutions for a broad array of industries that provide integration of automation, robotics and machine vision and will show actual demonstrations of systems. Attendees can solve challenges that face their industry and learn from solutions used in other industries that may be beneficial to them. The show will feature the latest robotic, vision, motion control and automation technologies and systems on display from leading global suppliers.

The show will have an Emerging Robotics Pavilion so one can see the latest in robotic innovations in this informative pavilion.

In addition, there will be the 42nd International Symposium on Robotics featuring cutting edge robotics research. The show will be a big hit because it will be collocated with ProMat which is sponsored by MHIA and is North America’s premier material handling and logistics show.

The Automate attendees are End Users, OEMs, Machine Builders, Distributors, Government Buyers, R&D Labs and academia seeking automation technologies. They are looking for the latest technologies to increase their competitiveness and automation solutions to help them enhance productivity and save money. Visitors have arrived from more than 30 countries representing a broad array of industries including Aerospace, Appliance, Automotive Manufacturing, Automotive Supply, Consumer Goods, Defense/Military, Education, Electronics, Food & Beverage, Furniture, Medical Devices, Off-road Vehicles, Paper/Printing, Pharmaceuticals, Plastics, Semiconductor, Textiles, Agriculture, Aluminum, Automation, Biotechnology, Chemical Manufacturing, Construction, Distribution, Energy, Entertainment, Fabricated Metal, Fasteners, Fluid Power, Foundry, Gaming, Glass, Government, Laboratory Equipment, Locomotive Manufacturing, Machine Builder, Machine Tools, Mail Processing, Mapping, Material Handling, Mining, Minting, Motorcycle Manufacturing, Packaging, Pet Food, Primary Metals, Printing, Telecommunications, Transportation, Warehousing, Wood.

Exhibitors from around the world will display automation equipment and systems including: Automated Assembly Machines/Systems, Automatic Identification & Data Collection/RFID, Ergonomics and Safety Equipment, Industrial Automation Control, Machine Vision and Imaging Equipment/Systems, Motion Control Equipment, Parts Handling Equipment/Conveyors and Materials, Robots/Robotic Systems, Sensors and Sensor Integrated Systems, and System Integration/Consulting.

Marlin Steel Wire’s secret sauce is Quality Engineered Quickly (QEQ). Blazing fast speed powered by innovative ideas from the engineering team (20% of the company are mechanical engineers) fabricated on $2.5mil of robots.

Testifying multiple times to the US Congress on regulation, taxation, global competition and exports, Drew Greenblatt, - Marlin Steel’s President, also serves as the Chairman of the Regional Manufacturing Institute & the Executive Board of the National Association of Manufacturers.

Greenblatt has recently appeared on Fox (Small Business Contributor), CNN, ABC as well as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Washington Post.

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