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Archives November 2007


November 2007


American Gear, Inc.

When everything fits perfectly, a gearbox hums. So does this company, where all of the professional pieces have fallen into place.

When Larry Brylski first asked his stepson, Greg Scott, if he and his wife were interested in joining the family company, they weren’t sure whether he was kidding around or not. They already had jobs, after all — he was writing software for Musco Sports Lighting, and she worked as controller for a cabinet company […]
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Aerocom Industries, Inc.

Revamped, recharged, and relocated, this Longmont, Colorado-based company is poised to finally reach its true potential as a premier aerospace and commercial supplier.

Sometimes the name says it all. Such is the case with Aerocom Industries, with “Aero” referring to the aircraft/aerospace (AS9100 certified) side of the business, and “Com” (ISO 9001 certified) to its commercial pursuits. “Historically you’ll find that businesses in this industry are either involved in aerospace or industrial applications,” says Tom Lang, the company’s […]
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Q&A with Kurt Medert

Vice President & Show Manager American Gear Manufacturers Association

We thoroughly enjoyed GEAR EXPO 2007, and everyone I spoke with felt the same way. How do the numbers look? All of the numbers, in every registration category, are much higher than they were in 2005—and those numbers were better than they were in 2003. Just as an example, at the exhibitor’s request we issued […]
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