Oakland County Hosts MFGDAY To Expose Students To Manufacturing Careers

Oakland County Hosts MFGDAY To Expose Students To Manufacturing Careers

PONTIAC – Oakland County is hosting MFGDAY 2017 Tour Take-off at the Pontiac Technical campus Oct. 5. More than 400 students will be attending tours throughout the county.

This is the third year Oakland County has organized a Countywide MFGDAY tour.  MFGDAY is a national event  where across America students will be learning what modern manufacturing is about.

Oakland County alone has more than 30 manufacturers opening their doors to students to demonstrate their technology and processes in action. These young men and women will see firsthand what modern manufacturing really looks like and where they can succeed in a skilled trade or engineering career.

These are the manufacturers participating in 2017:
AAM – Auburn Hills Manufacturing | ABB Inc
Atlas Copco Tools and Assembly Systems LLC
Automation & Modular Components | Becho-MRM
BorgWarner | Brose North America | Comau (three locations)
Cosma Body Assembly Michigan | DASI Solutions | DENSO
Encore Automation | Fata Automation Inc
Ferndale Laboratories Inc | FRIMO Inc | Garden Fresh Gourmet
General Motors: Global Propulsion Systems – Pontiac Engineering Center
GKN | Gonzalez Production Systems | Hirata Corporation of America
Hirotec America Inc | Hi-Tech Mold & Engineering
Inductoheat Inc | Kawasaki Robotics (USA) Inc
Lear Corporation | Mahindra Automotive North America
Moeller Aerospace | Moeller Precision Tool | MPD Welding Inc
Roechling Automotive | Total Door | Wenzel America Ltd

To learn more about this event: www.Oakgov.com/MFGDAY

By |2017-09-19T20:04:31+00:00September 19th, 2017|News|

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