Stainless Foundry and Engineering
In an industry that continues to struggle finding skilled workers, Stainless Foundry and Engineering (SFE) is making itself an attractive option by investing in the latest technology and training. “As the foundry evolves, it needs to rely more and more on technology to control the processes and improve the skill sets of the next generation foundry worker,” President Jim Stachowiak says. “We need to heavily invest in the next generation so we can replace the skills of our retiring workforce.”
Stainless Foundry recently implemented a new ERP system providing access to data faster which will allow the business to focus on driving improvement in quality and lead-time. On the engineering side of the business, it continues to invest in training and development of solidification modeling software to provide better tools for the next generation engineer.