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  • Q&A: Forgash leads the family business

    Issue: September 2015

    For Tony Forgash Jr., machine design has always been a family affair. After completing an engineering program in college, he went to a tool and die apprentice [more]

  • Q&A: Master of reinvention

    Issue: August 2015

    For Arthur P. Haag, president and CEO of Neutrex Inc., slowing down after a distinguished career in the specialty chemicals industry was just not part [more]

  • Q&A: Embracing the difficult

    Issue: July 2015

    Mark G. Sellers knew in high school that he wanted to run his own business. Through the Junior Achievement program, he met someone who steered him into [more]

  • Q&A: Engineer at heart

    Issue: June 2015

    As a young salesman in Iraq, Helmar Franz kept his head down and sold injection molding machines while missiles fired from Iran flew overhead. A few years [more]

  • Q&A: A Better Thermoformer

    Thu, Feb 19, 2015

    Tom Mohs' first job after college gave him a glimpse of the thermoforming industry. He saw inexpensive machines and cheap tooling producing crude [more]

  • Q&A: Building on a legacy

    Fri, Jan 16, 2015

    Rod Groleau, retired chairman, RJG Inc.. When Rod Groleau started his career in the 1960s, molding machines were not very sophisticated — they leaked, [more]

  • Q&A: Athena now taking orders for its customized presses

    Sat, Oct 25, 2014

        Robert Schad ROBERT SCHAD STARTED A SMALL machine shop in Toronto in 1953 that eventually became Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd., [more]