Blog / 06.30
The Importance of Scrap Metal Management
Scrap metal management may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about running a successful manufacturing business, but as the case of one company that produces composite panels and materials shows, it can quickly become a major headache if not handled properly. Read More
Blog / 03.30
The Importance of ESG
Considering ESG criteria can help companies improve their operations and reduce risks. Companies that prioritize ESG are more likely to be good corporate citizens and contribute to the well-being of their communities and the planet. This can lead to cost savings, improved internal processes, employee retention, customer retention, and a better reputation. Shapiro believes that understanding the importance of ESG and its role can help companies improve their sustainability and success. Read More
Blog / 03.30
Why Metal Recycling is Essential for Sustainability in Manufacturing
As a manufacturer, it's important to consider the impact of your operations on the environment. One key aspect of sustainability is metal recycling. In this blog, we'll discuss the benefits of metal recycling for manufacturers and how it can contribute to a more sustainable future. Read More
Blog / 03.30
Creating a Circular Supply Chain: The First Steps for a CSO
As a Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO) for an American manufacturing company, it's important to take steps to create a circular supply chain and increase sustainability within the company. In this blog, we'll discuss the first steps a CSO can take to make their company more sustainable. Read More
Blog / 03.30
How OEMs Can Limit Waste and Increase Sustainability
For original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), it is essential to focus on producing high-quality products and limit waste and increase sustainability at plants. OEMs can achieve both goals by implementing various strategies and contributing to a more sustainable future. Read More