"He aroused our thinking and our passions for manufacturing excellence."
Alameda, CA (PRWEB) May 16, 2013
TRIC Tools, a California Trenchless Pipe Bursting Manufacturer, participated in the U.S. Department of Commerce's 3rd Annual "Make it in America; Sell it to the World." Bob Grenier, TRIC's Municipal Sales Director, joined Michael Lien, TRIC's Director of Operations, at Oakland's Waterfront Plaza Hotel, 10 Washington Street, in Jack London Square. Rod Hirsch, Oakland's US Commercial Service Director hosted and moderated the day's activities. The event was co-sponsored by City National Bank and Rina Accountancy Corporation.
This year's event was highlighted by several San Francisco Bay Area Companies receiving awards for their Export Achievements. Those honored were Arch Foods of Oakland, Power Standards Laboratory of Alameda, Lincoln University of Oakland, Global Supply Solutions Group of Hayward, IPAC of Dublin, JQ American of Union City and Jupiter of Hayward. Congresswoman, Barbara Lee was on hand to take part in the Award Ceremony.
After the award ceremony, Panel Discussions and instructions on how to grow a successful export business were offered by a variety of Government Agencies and fellow business leaders. TRIC's Pipe Bursting Manufacturing Facility was a few short miles from the event in Jack London Square. "I really was impressed by Dr. Ramamoorthy Ramesh," said TRIC's Michael Lien. "He aroused our thinking and our passions for manufacturing excellence." Lien continued. Dr. Ramesh is Professor of Materials Sciences & Engineering at Univ. of California, Berkeley. He seemed to elevate the business audience after lunch. Dr. Ramesh is also a member of the Pacific Region Institute for Manufacturing Excellence (PRIME).
For more information about Trenchless Pipe Bursting equipment or the Trenchless Industry in general - please call 888-883-8742 or visit TRIC's website at: http://www.trictrenchless.com to see how they can answer any of these questions for you. Get your Trenchless Sewer and Water Replacement service off on the right foot, one lateral at a time.