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Accu-Fab’s Monthly Team Meeting (November 2015)

Each month, Accu-Fab holds a company-wide meeting for every shift at its Manufacturing Facility in Raleigh, N.C. The group setting individually engages the entire team – From Machinists and Engineers to Quality Control, Accounting and Sales personnel. The detailed review of Accu-Fab’s performance with various customers’ programs, costs of quality and the organization’s overall profitability …Continue reading »

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Accu-Fab Welcomes Eddy Byrnes (February 2015)

Eddy joined Accu-Fab in September 2014. He brings extensive metal manufacturing, product design and prototyping experience to our Engineering Team. Eddy has a degree in Welding Technology and is continuing his education at East Carolina University towards an Industrial Engineering Degree. As a certified welder in multiple processes, Eddy possesses a strong welding background, which …Continue reading »

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Leveraging Social Media in Business (June 2014)

It is impossible to ignore the dramatic impact that social media networks are having on today’s virtual business environment. Facebook and YouTube are leading social networks which are easily accessible, free to join, and very user friendly. It is no secret that social media sites are powerful CRM and marketing tools, but how should procurement …Continue reading »

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The Difference Between a Partner and a Supplier: Q&A with Greg Newey, Vice President of Operations

Q: What is the difference between the role of partner versus supplier? A: A partner provides products and services much like a supplier; however, a partner also provides significant additional value to the customer throughout the product life cycle. At Accu-Fab, we leverage our expertise with that of our customer to provide a complete, end-to-end …Continue reading »

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Lean Principles Offer Competitive Advantage

Regardless of the stage of economic recovery your company finds itself in, a single lasting challenge of the recession is maintaining lean operations. Lean manufacturing, along with Six Sigma principles and ISO quality management systems, can help you become a triple threat to the competition. Whether your company has officially adopted these principles or simply …Continue reading »

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