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New Regional Sales Manager: Jason Berry

Jason Berry

mk North America is delighted to announce the recent addition of Jason Berry to our team as the newest Regional Sales Manager. Covering the entire state of Ohio and the western regions of New York and Pennsylvania, Jason brings a wealth of experience in industrial sales and management to his new role.

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Revolutionizing Efficiency: Top Five Upcoming Changes in the Conveyor Industry

The conveyor industry, a crucial player in various sectors, is on the brink of transformation. Technological advancements, sustainability concerns, and the demand for increased efficiency while maintaining quality are driving changes that promise to reshape the landscape of conveyor systems. In this blog post, we will explore the top five upcoming changes that are set to revolutionize the conveyor industry.

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Conveyors: Stock or Build-to-Order

Should I buy a custom conveyor, or a pre-built one?

Sometimes in life, you’re able to just go to the store to buy the perfect part you need for your DIY project. Other times, no matter how hard you scour stores both online and in person, that very same part eludes you. Sure, you COULD use a “good enough” replacement part, but it might fail quicker or run less efficiently than if you found the perfect fit.

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Part of the Solution: Meet Bob

mk North America believes in offering not only a better product, but also a better solution; and our employees are an integral part of this belief. These are some of the faces that are Part of the Solution – making your next conveyor system a success.

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Workstation Considerations for the Biomedical Field

Workstation Considerations for the Biomedical Field

The biomedical field is an extremely complicated and difficult field to work in. These difficulties seep their way into every aspect of the field, especially the workstation. Due to the dangerous nature of some biomedical research and production, making sure that all workers are safe and sound is a top priority for those in biomed. Ensuring a sanitary, safe, and reliable work station will improve the health of your workers and help prevent customers from getting sick. If these considerations are not taken into account and implemented, it could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages. Putting in the time and money to avoid those problems might be the saving grace that saves your company, and attracts the best workers.

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