Traditional steel production is a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions the world over. ArcelorMittal is on a mission to transform this trend. With its eye firmly set on the Paris Agreement, the firm aims to achieve carbon-neutral steel production before 2050, and its Canadian long steel subsidiary ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada is already well positioned in that matter.
Pueblo Mechanical & ControlsStrong Growth, Strong Culture
Pueblo delivers full spectrum HVAC, Plumbing and Controls service and installation for education, government, industrial, healthcare and commercial customers. As a leading provider in the state of Arizona, the company has completed tens of thousands of projects and service calls, and its solutions and services range from system repairs and replacements to multi-million dollar retrofits and installations, encompassing intricate design-build specifications.
Dual Temp CompanyWhere Success Thrives
Dual Temp is no average mechanical contractor. For fifty-plus years, the company has put every effort into evolving, transforming from a simple HVAC company into a full-service provider of air conditioning, heating, plumbing, pipefitting, and building automation controls.
DAP AmericaDefending Public Health with Seaming Technologies
DAP stands for more than Dürkopp Adler Pfaff. The acronym also reminds one of the Dutch word ‘dapper’ which far transcends its English variant’s sense of elegance and neatness to express boldness, strength, and sturdiness. This is exactly what DAP America, headquartered in Peachtree Corners, Georgia, displayed during the pandemic.
HAHN Automation, Inc.Have Automation Solutions, Will Travel
For decades, Germany’s reputation as a world leader in engineering and technology has remained unshakable. The HAHN Group from Rheinböllen, Germany, has taken innovative industrial automation and robotics solutions to the U.S. and worldwide.
Smart Tools for Streamlined ManufacturingFrom Cloud Manufacturing to Augmented Reality
The fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0, has brought with it gifts of previously unimaginable ingenuity in the form of a phenomenal selection of new smart tools available to manufacturers. From virtual reality to 3D printing, manufacturing has entered an era of smart tools the world has never seen before. The sky is the limit, and while manufacturing may be up in the ‘cloud’ these days, its operations are fully rooted in reality – albeit augmented reality in some cases.
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