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While the majority of our customer base is located within the United States, our quality products are manufactured for customers located in 7 countries, such as Germany, France, Mexico, China, Canada, Malaysia, Brazil

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Manufacturing and Distribution Consortium Partners with North Lake College for $407,230 Job-Training Grant

twcAUSTIN ⎯ A Manufacturing and Distribution Consortium has partnered with North Lake College to provide job training using a $407,230 Skills Development Fund grant from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). The grant will benefit workers in the Workforce Solutions for North Central and Greater Dallas areas.

This grant will be used to provide customized training to 174 new and incumbent workers for industry-related topics with focused instruction on thermoforming, hydraulics and pneumatics, industrial electrical systems, and business logistics. Trainees will include inventory control clerks, warehouse associates, fabrication operators, tooling technicians, distribution coordinators, quality engineers and purchasing agents. Upon completion of training, the workers will receive an average wage of $16.69.

On January 25, 2017, TWC Chairman Andres Alcantar made a $407,230 Skills Development Fund Grant check presentation to representatives from North Lake College and partnering businesses. Pictured from left: Crawford Electric Supply Learning & Development Manager Renee Blaylock, Hagans Plastics President Dennis Hagan, Chairman Alcantar, Hagans Plastics Director of Sales & Marketing Jim Arnet, Owens & Minor Distributing General Manager Chris Wroblewski, Crawford Electric Supply Regional Vice President Kelly Johns, and North Lake College President Christa Slejko.

Nolan Catholic School

At Hagans Plastics, we believe in giving back to the community as well educating for the future. We are pleased to be a sponser of A Robotics Competition named Robo Vikes. Our sponsored school is Nolan Catholic School. Here the students not only work on the design and manufacturing of the robot, they learn to work together as part of a manufacturing company with their own internal sections of Sales and Marketing, Design, Manufacturing, Engineering and Management. They are working on building Leaders for the Future.

Video Link: Nolan Catholic High School – RoboVikes

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