Wildeck appoints Michael Galezio to Quality Assurance/Safety Manager
To support the company’s aggressive business growth, Galezio will report directly to the President and will be responsible for facility and personnel safety, and streamlining company procedures to reduce cycle times and improve work-flow.
Michael is a graduate of Yavapai College, Prescott, Arizona with a degree in Manufacturing Technologies. He brings over 18 years of industry related quality and lean experience to Wildeck from several manufacturing companies. Previous accomplishments as a Quality and Manufacturing Engineer have included upgrading production routing formats and providing detailed work instructions for production personnel. He also managed, maintained and upgraded ISO 9000:1994 programs to stringent ISO 9001:2000 Standards; and participated in, and led, Lean Manufacturing Initiatives (Kaizen) to reduce and eliminate waste in multiple production cells.
Galezio also streamlined First Piece Inspection Systems, reducing average inspection time by approximately 55%, and has led Value Stream work teams in coordinating Lean and 5-S activities, resulting in a 50% scrap reduction for that company.
Wildeck, Inc. - based in Waukesha, WI - is the largest manufacturer of mezzanines, vertical lifts, and safety guarding products in North America. Wildeck products are used throughout distribution centers, warehouses, manufacturing operations, and back-room storage facilities for the safe and efficient handling, storage and movement of materials. For more than 30 years, the company has grown through a dedicated and experienced network of customer-service-oriented dealers and systems integrators, nationwide.
MORE INDUSTRY NEWS
Okuma welcomes Velocity/Briney to Partners in THINC
Members of Partners in THINC provide technologies that are integrated with Okuma’s CNC machines and controls to deliver advanced manufacturing...
ISA is accepting applications for 2017 educational scholarships
ISA educational scholarships—which fund tuition, related expenses and research initiatives—are distributed annually to undergraduate students...
Univ. of Pittsburgh receives grant to develop computational model for additive manufacturing
The proposal, “Novel Computational Approaches to Address Key Design Optimization Issues for Metal Additive Manufacturing,” is a three-year,...
ARC terminal automation study names Implico as market leader in EMEA region
For terminal automation, in the Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, Implico is the leader with a market share of 23.75 percent. The...
Renishaw gives 108 students a taste for engineering
The students took on a series of engineering projects to get a taste of what a career in the field entails. The Renishaw work experience...
Real World Results When Demand-Driven Production Planning and Scheduling is Synchronized
By Thomas R. Cutler and John Maher
In today’s complex manufacturing environments, the physical processes of manufacturing involve so many moving...
Industrial Wired vs. Wireless Networking on the CNC Shop Floor
In order to improve efficiency and remote management on the CNC shop floor, networking is required from both device level and infrastructure...
Supercar Engine Assembly Optimized by Manufacturing Execution System
This document summarizes the manufacturing execution system (MES), or manufacturing operations management (MOM) solution implemented by a leading...
7 Myths of Version Control & Backups in Automated Production
This whitepaper tackles the seven most common myths and misconceptions surrounding version control and data management in the current technological...
Manufacturing Software: Taking a Step Back to Reach the Digitized Future
By Kapil Venkatachalam, Technology Crossover Ventures
While manufacturing software vendors want their customers to focus on the technological...