Staub Manufacturing Solutions will be showcasing their services at the FABTECH trade show in Atlanta, GA from November 6th through the 8th. Come visit Steve, Jammie, Bruce and Gary at Booth A2959 in the Metalform area (Hall A) of the Georgia World Congress Center.

“This show is a natural fit for us,” said Steve Staub (STAUB co-owner and company president). “Many of our OEM customers supplement their in-house fabrication capabilities with sourcing to companies like us. We offer a great contract fabrication solution that gives them the increased production they need without all the capital investment.”

FABTECH is the largest trade show in North America dedicated to metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing. Each year tens of thousands of people attend FABTECH to see the latest advances in fabrication technology.

Twice a year, Xtreme STEM, a local not-for-profit, organizes competitive events that brings together student teams from all over Southwest Ohio to battle for BOT domination. The fall Xtreme BOTS competition is Saturday, November 3rd and will be hosted by Staub Manufacturing Solutions in our adjacent warehouse at 2551 Thunderhawk Court, Dayton, Ohio 45414.

Behind all the excitement of the BOTS competition (like sparks, flying metal parts and WWE style announcing) is the simple mission to inspire the next generation to consider a career in manufacturing. Each high-school team is matched with a manufacturing “mentor” company to help them with the design and build of the Bot. This connection is the ‘secret sauce’ of the program. It exposes the students to all aspects of modern manufacturing processes in a way that is interesting and memorable. Then when the time comes for them to choose a career path, manufacturing won’t be a mystery, it will be a viable career option.

STAUB is proud to support successful student-focused efforts like Xtreme BOTS to help turn the tide on the workforce shortage in the manufacturing industry.

The event begins at 8:30 am and is open to the public. Admission is $5 (suggested donation).

Staub Manufacturing Solutions was one of over 2,600 companies nationwide that opened their doors on MFG Day to high school and middle school students, showing them what today’s manufacturing is really like.

We had the opportunity to host over 130 students from Dayton-area schools including: Huber Heights, Franklin, Warren County and Centerville. It was a great event and we’re already making plans for bigger and better for next year!

For more information on MFG Day, visit www.MFGDay.com.