HR Manager Q&A: Sticky Notes, Career Goals & a Ph.D.

Dr. Anjanetta “Anne” Williams, Metcam’s Human Resources Manager, earned her Ph.D. one year ago. During Women’s History Month, she talks about making history in her family, Metcam’s team dynamic and resiliency during the pandemic, and the inspiration that is the underdog.   1) Who is your biggest inspiration? My biggest inspiration comes from the “underdog.” […]

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A Productive Partnership Built One Step At a Time

Target has begun installing Step ‘n Wash in its more than 1,800 U.S. stores as part of the retailer’s heightened customer safety response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Manufactured by Metcam, the product is the first and only self-retracting step that enables children to safely reach the sink and soap dispensers to wash hands properly in […]

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ExpureLED: Innovation & Partnership Elevate ‘Safety First’ Standard

Necessity is the mother of invention, the saying goes. Need takes on a much more urgent status during a pandemic, whether its adapting your business approach to maintain an essential service or overhauling a plant to begin producing PPE. The challenge of COVID-19 is best met by an innovative approach and value-add, partnership-centric structure, two things […]

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NEWS RELEASE: Metcam President Elected to the Board of Directors of the Georgia Association of Manufacturers

ALPHARETTA, GA., 6/19/20– Metcam, a metro Atlanta-based fabricator of sheet metal components and assemblies for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), is proud to announce that President Bruce Hagenau has been elected to the Georgia Association of Manufacturers’ (GAM) board of directors. His two-year term was announced at the 120th Annual Meeting of GAM in early May. […]

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NEWS RELEASE: Metcam Discusses Imperatives of Operating an Essential Business During the Pandemic

ALPHARETTA, GA., 5/18/20 – Metcam, a metro Atlanta-based fabricator of sheet metal components and assemblies for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), detailed its approach to maintaining support of essential businesses during the pandemic while protecting personnel. In Next Generation Manufacturing’s “Manufacturers Share: Navigating Today & Preparing for the Next Phase” webinar, Co-Owner and President Bruce Hagenau shared his […]

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The Power of an Idea

Like a single seed turning into a mighty redwood, one idea, given the right conditions, can change so much. Greatness in the form of game-changing innovations and revolutionary, opportunity-multiplying companies have started with a lone thought. Like every year, on Thomas Edison’s birthday Metcam celebrated inventors and how they’ve advanced the modern world. From the light bulb […]

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Innovation: A New Year to Pursue New Horizons 

If innovation was a holiday, it’d naturally be New Year’s. The introduction of new things and methods certainly dovetails with the time of year when people make new resolutions, from personal improvements to positive professional changes. Metcam believes that ushering in a new business year calls for that fresh, forward-looking approach open to new horizons, […]

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Metcam’s “Manufacturing Success Story” Takes to the Air Waves

Good stories should be shared. Metcam’s Bruce Hagenau recently went on Supply Chain Now Radio to tell the unique story of the 2018 Georgia Manufacturer of the Year. In studio with Georgia Manufacturing Alliance CEO Jason Moss and SCNR‘s Scott Luton and Greg White, the company president and co-owner discussed his professional path, Metcam’s 30-year evolution, its core principles and new […]

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High Standards: Starting from the Bottom

Every business, manufacturing or otherwise, should strive to develop a strong foundation. When commitment to excellence and quality initiatives also flow from the bottom up in an organization, then great performance will no doubt follow. “ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is an industry standard, but most companies have a quality manager that drives everything,” said […]

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