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MEC Donates to Otsego Community Foundation's Tornado Response Fund

On Friday, May 20 at 3:35 PM, an EF3 tornado began moving through the town of Gaylord, MI and traveled a path for 20 minutes through residential and business areas killing 2, injuring 44 and displacing many more from their homes and workplaces. About one-third of MEC's Vanderbilt, MI employees live in Gaylord. Within hours our corporate team contacted our Vanderbilt team to find out if our employees were okay and what MEC could do to help. With the county already experiencing a housing shortage, families that have been displaced from their homes are being lodged in local hotels. Some whose workplaces have been destroyed are commuting to sister businesses 40 minutes or more away. MEC donated $10,000 to the Otsego Community Foundation's Tornado Response Fund to help impacted community members with housing, food, employment and other challenges. Our hearts go out to everyone effected by the tornado. Pictured: Rand Stille - COO (left) presents the donation check to Dana Bensinger - Otsego Community Foundation Executive Director (middle), along with Ryan Gray - Vanderbilt Plant Manager (right).

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Congressman John Joyce, M.D. Visits MEC

On Tuesday, March 22nd, U.S. Congressman/Representative John Joyce, M.D. visited our Bedford, Pennsylvania facility. He toured our plant and spent some time learning more about MEC, who we are and what we do. Thank you, Congressman Joyce, for visiting, learning more about our company and meeting members of our amazing Bedford team!

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All NEW MEC Website!

The all NEW MEC website is user friendly and updated with all the latest capabilities and product offerings highlighting the value proposition of MEC and what has made us #1 on the FAB 40 list for the last decade. Take a look by clicking on the link below and learn more about MEC: https://www.mecinc.com/ Looking to see how MEC can help supply your metal fabrications and assemblies? Check out our new RFQ form here: https://www.mecinc.com/our-company/request-for-quote

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Generosity at Beaver Dam East

Our Beaver Dam East facility recently conducted a food drive to benefit the community. All food collected was donated to the Dodge County Food Pantry located in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. Together, the team collected nearly $1,000 worth of non-perishable food items!

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MEC Participates in Career Connections Academy

Recently, two of our Weld Engineering Technicians, Todd Bertel and Alex Crimmings, spent two days at Moraine Park Technical College in Fond du Lac, WI, working with students from area schools. They taught them some welding fundamentals using Lincoln Electric’s VRTEX 360 weld simulators.

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Local High School Students Tour MEC

On February 20, we welcomed local high school students who toured our Mayville South, WI facility to learn more about manufacturing and the many rewarding career opportunities available.

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Heber Springs Awarded 2019 Outstanding Business of the Year Award

On February 6th, the Heber Springs Area Chamber of Commerce presented MEC Heber Springs with the “2019 Outstanding Business of the Year” award during their annual banquet. This award recognizes an area business annually for leadership, community service, and having a positive impact on the Heber Springs Community.

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Rand Stille Promoted To Executive Vice President – Dmp & Performance Structures Operations At Mayville Engineering Company, Inc. (Mec)

MEC is pleased to announce the promotion of Rand Stille to the position of Executive Vice President - Defiance Metal Products (DMP) & Performance Structures Operations. In his new role, Rand will have full P&L responsibility and provide the operational leadership to 8 facilities across four states that MEC operates in.

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Manufacturing Day Opens Students up to Opportunities

Our Bedford, PA facility recently hosted Manufacturing Day for nearly 300 students from area school districts.

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MEC Visits Horicon High School Tech Ed Class

On Friday, April 12, MEC team member Alex Crimmings, spent the morning at Horicon High School with an advanced group of students in the Tech Ed program.

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