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Ergodyne Celebrates 30 Years!

House of Blues, Chicago, IL - at National Safety Show.
Featured- Brian George, ISK; Gary Welden, ISK; Hope Vanderhei, ISK; Missy Taylor, Conney Safety

 

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ISK becomes certified as Fastenal Tier 1 Manufacturers Rep. Group

January 2014

Indiana is the third-fastest growing state in wind energy capacity, ranking 11th in the nation. Between 2009 and 2010, the state increased its wind capacity 10-fold. The local economy is getting a lift from wind energy as well. In 2009, the wind industry supported 3,000 to 4,000 jobs in Indiana. At least 14 facilities in the state manufacture components for the wind industry.

 

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Windmillville, IN.

Indiana is the third-fastest growing state in wind energy capacity, ranking 11th in the nation. Between 2009 and 2010, the state increased its wind capacity 10-fold. The local economy is getting a lift from wind energy as well. In 2009, the wind industry supported 3,000 to 4,000 jobs in Indiana. At least 14 facilities in the state manufacture components for the wind industry.

 

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UPS open house with Ideal Industries & SK Tool.

May 16, 2012

National Account Manager, Mike Rito and Point of Sale Specialist, Chris Neilson work the UPS open house with Ideal Industries & SK Tool.

 

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Grainger Corporate, Lake Forest, IL

"Not a day goes by that our Grainger dedicated sales team works with and on-behalf of our supplier partners at Lake Forest Headquarters. Our team is seasoned and professional, they work closely with Product Managers, Category Managers, Brand Team, Sourcing Agents and outside sellers to help provide product solutions to the end-user customers."

 

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The Bakken Shale, North Dakota

December 1, 2011

Account Manager, Matt Reese has been working long hours to keep up with the demand for hand and power tools/accessories, safety products and consumables due to the ND oil boom.

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A massive oil reserve buried two miles underground has put North Dakota at the center of a revolution in the U.S. oil industry, a shift that has radically altered the fortunes of this remote area. The Bakken Shale deposit has been known and even tapped on occasion for decades. But technological improvements in the past two years have taken what was once a small, marginally profitable field and turned it into one of the fastest-growing oil-producing areas in the U.S. The Bakken Shale had helped North Dakota oil production double in the past three years, surging to 80 million barrels in 2009 - tiny relative to the more than seven billion barrels consumed by the U.S. every year, but enough to vault the state past Oklahoma and Louisiana to become the country's fourth-biggest oil producer, after Texas, Alaska and California. If current projections hold, North Dakota's oil production could pass Alaska's by the end of the decade.

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