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New chairman lauds the benefits of being an AGMA member

Dear Membership, My name is John Cross, I am the new chairman of the American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA) Board of Directors. Seeing as...

AGMA and Chicago college partner to help build the industry’s future

In April, the American Gear Manufacturers Association and Richard J. Daley College, one of the seven City Colleges of Chicago, entered an agreement to...

Expanded MPT Expo filled with new opportunities and quality programming

According to the Center of Exhibition Industry Research (CEIR), more than 90 percent of tradeshow attendees come to learn about new services and products...

AGMA dives into the many facets of emerging technology

When we started the emerging technology committee work in 2017, we laid out a very straightforward directive for ourselves: provide relevant information on five...

2018 AGMA Technical Committee Activity

Thanks to our many hardworking volunteer committee members, AGMA Technical Committees have had another successful year in 2018.  After an eight-year development project that...

AGMA/ABMA Annual Meeting gives members chance to meet face-to-face

In a digital, fast-paced world, it is easy to choose the convenience of online communication over meeting in person. It is proven to be...

2018 was a year of evolved innovation

Looking back through the last 12 months, it is easy to see the changes within our industry, your businesses, and even some of our...

Gear manufacturers experiencing labor shortage

By all accounts, the gear industry is booming! Orders are up, and many companies are running three shifts to meet demand. Unfortunately, this great...

Gear Expo expands with a name change: Motion + Power Technology Expo

Gear Expo began in 1986 as a small tabletop show in a hotel ballroom. Over 30 years, it has grown to be the trade...

Communicating to the industry: AGMA has a way for you to stay on top...

There is no question that the way we communicate personally and in business has changed drastically in the last decade. You might have read...

Solving ‘The People Impact’: How can AGMA help?

I recently completed my 70th tour of a member company, during which I spent time with AGMA Board Members Michael Engesser of Reischauer, Cory Ooyen...

Fall Technical Meeting to highlight 26 compelling presentations

With more than three decades of technical conferences, AGMA is no longer a name just synonymous with gear standards. It has become the association...

New AGMA committee offers the latest on emerging technology

Whether you call it Industry 4.0, the next industrial revolution, or smart manufacturing, it is here, and it will have an impact on you...

Let AGMA be your solution center

The first quarter of 2018 is done, and the programs at AGMA are off to a roaring start. We here at the AGMA home...

AGMA’s continuing education courses mean more value for your employees

The Education Department at AGMA has evolved immensely over the last two years. You may have already heard or seen in last month’s issue...

Special thanks to the 2017 AGMA technical committees

AGMA technical committees have completed another year of developing the standards and information sheets that help the gear industry operate effectively and efficiently. The...

AGMA/ABMA Annual Meeting can help build your network

According to LinkedIn, 80 percent of professionals consider networking to be a significant driver of career advancement and success. While many professionals view networking...

Innovators wanted: AGMA’s direction focused on value creation

AGMA’s strategic plan is not sitting on a bookshelf collecting dust. It hasn’t been placed in the bottom of the filing cabinet, or checked...

Gear Expo and FTM’s strong numbers reflect AGMA’s strategy for growth

AGMA welcomed more than 3,500 attendees from 30 countries and 41 states to Gear Expo, The Drive Technology Show in Columbus, Ohio. The Fall...

Innovation is gear industry’s (near) future

It’s been a tough few years for gear manufacturers. From 2014 to 2016, U.S. gear demand dropped 30 percent across the 11 different markets. A...

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