“Quality . . . [is] an integral part of both our engineering and production processes." —Darrell Adcock, President at Mills Products
Athens, Tenn. (PRWEB) October 28, 2016
Mills Products, Inc., a 71-year-old ISO 9001-certified American contract manufacturer with a track record of producing superior hydroformed, roll formed, and tube stamped metal parts for OEMs and suppliers in the appliance and automotive industries, has hired two employees to further enhance its quality engineering capabilities.
Jason Watson joins Mills Products as a Quality Engineer. Watson has a background in quality assurance, engineering support, and manufacturing supervision, having worked as a Quality Engagement Manager with Product Action of East Tennessee, where he oversaw the analysis of product production and the correction of root cause analysis for non-conforming parts.
Mills has also hired Brady Harris, a designer with quality inspection experience, as a Drafter in its engineering department. Harris has a bachelor’s degree in engineering technology from Tennessee Tech in Cookeville, Tenn., and held positions as Engineering Technician and Quality Inspector with NIC Global in Gallatin, Tenn. Harris grew up in Athens, Tenn., where Mill Products’s headquarters is located, and is delighted to return to his hometown.
“Quality has always been a point of emphasis here at Mills Products,” said Darrell Adcock, President at Mills Products. “It’s an integral part of both our engineering and production processes. We’re expecting that the attention and expertise these quality-focused team members bring to the table will help us improve our already impressive quality record.”
About Mills Products Incorporated
Mills Products is a leader in the metal fabrication industry with a reputation for producing superior parts and making existing components stronger, lighter and more economical. A turnkey metal fabricator with facilities in the U.S. and Mexico, Mills offers hydroforming, tubular stamping, roll forming and finishing services. An industry leader since 1945, Mills Products was the first metal-forming manufacturer to utilize hydroforming technology for appliance manufacturing. The company continues its legacy of creative innovation today from its headquarters in Athens, Tenn. To learn more about Mills Products, visit http://www.millsproducts.com.