Why Wyoming Machine is at the Forefront of Manufacturing Issues and Trends: To be a Fully Engaged and Valuable Partner to our Customers

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Traci and Lori Tapani

Why Wyoming Machine is at the Forefront of Manufacturing Issues and Trends: To be a Fully Engaged and Valuable Partner to our Customers

Was there really a time when manufacturing was as simple as ordering materials and parts, then making products and selling them? If so, we all know those days are long gone. This newsletter highlights just a few of the roles we play in manufacturing and policy to help ensure our business, and those of our customers, succeed. Because today we’re all affected by things as far reaching as new trade agreements, as volatile as raw material prices, as urgent as labor shortages and as impactful as new technologies.

Undoubtedly, the more involved we are with these factors, the better we can advise our customers. After all, our business is dependent on the success of those we serve.

That’s why for the past 21 years we, as Co-Presidents, have played roles in not just our business of precision manufacturing, but in the larger world of manufacturing in a global economy. From local to international levels, we’re tapped to advocate for the manufacturing industry and policies affecting it. We understand not just what your critical issues are, but why.

In other words, we’re fully engaged in both manufacturing and the world around us—to become trusted and knowledgeable advisors to our customers.

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