Precision machining is responsible for producing a multitude of intricate components that we use on a day-to-day basis; each piece requires the skill of a detail-oriented, highly trained machinist. Therefore, choosing the precision machining company that best suits your company’s needs is not a decision to take lightly. No matter your industry – from aerospace to medicine to energy – choosing a reliable company to meet your precision machining needs is imperative.
Aztalan Engineering welcomed Senator Johnson to Lake Mills on May 27, 2014 where the main focus was how manufacturers look to attract young professionals that are excited about moving the company forward without turning to big government to forge the way. Senator Johnson took a few minutes to discuss the national debt and solvency of social security, while stressing the need to scale back on relying so heavily on the federal government. However, the visit was centered on the innovative ways manufacturers can meet their needs of acquiring skilled laborers by the way of community and local education involvement. Aztalan Engineering is embracing these ideals with programs they have put into place themselves.
On February 12th, Dirk Maroske, President of Aztalan Engineering, met with the entire team to discuss the future growth and success of the company, and how each individual plays an important role in that future. Laying out the road map to 2015, Dirk showed how prototyping, innovation, people, growth, and service were the key strategies to achieving the goals set for the next year.
“Driven by our customers, we need to further increase our efforts and invest in innovation to become more competitive as a manufacturer of precision parts,” Dirk explained. This refined focus, among others, stemmed from previous focus group sessions the Aztalan management team engaged in earlier in the year.