RiteWay has been working with a food company on a new pusher design and just completed and sold their first one. Check out all RiteWay can do to help you with your custom material handling projects. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information about all our products.
RiteWay is pleased to announce it’s featured product. This Coal Chute is a single stage extendable manual chute that is user and installer friendly, and a very affordable solution for your loading areas versus a powered option. This option can be fed by either powered or gravity conveyor. Look to RiteWay for all your material handling needs. Request a quote now.
At RiteWay Conveyors, Inc. it’s not just about profits and revenues, it’s about finding the right solutions for our customers. Once you work with RiteWay, you will feel that with your project you can relax as we’ve got this and the more work we do for you the more our relationship is transformed into a partnership. Our goal is to ensure you have a smooth transition from concept to startup in all areas of your project. RiteWay has spent a great deal of time rebranding ourselves to be your number one choice for all your conveyor handling needs.
“Made in the U.S.A” is becoming more affordable. The reason? Fracking.
You don’t need to have a Nobel Prize in economics to know that the fracking revolution has been good for the U.S. What’s not so well known is just how competitive cheap oil and gas has made American manufacturing. BCG, the Boston consultancy, estimates the average cost to manufacture goods in the U.S. is now only 5% higher than in China and is actually 10% to 20% lower than in major European economies. Even more striking: BCG projects that by 2018 it will be 2% to 3% cheaper to make stuff here than in China.
Read the rest of this article at http://fortune.com/2015/06/26/fracking-manufacturing-costs/
STAFF Manufacturing (dba RiteWay Manufacturing, Inc.) is proud to announce that we have purchased a 5000 Watt Trumpf Laser L3050. The table area for this Laser is 5’ x 10’ and it is powerful enough to cut through 1” Mild Steel , 0.79” Stainless Steel, and 0.5” Aluminum. Its Flying Optic Positioning Design travels at speeds of up to 16,000 inches per minute…. We will be using ProNest CNC Software for this Laser Machine. ProNest features include: automatic tool recognition, automatic and manual clamp positioning, reposition management, automatic trap/drop door utilization including “slide moves”, manual and automatic splitting of long profiles, part processing options including part-by-part and first part inspection as well as support for plate and part loading and unloading systems. The post also features a visual interface with “play-back” for tool path verification, automatic error check for over-tonnage and tool diameter problems and a tooling report for the operator that shows tool loading information, suggested die sizes and production time estimates.
We are happy to announce that on October 8, 2012 Denise Johnson secured the purchase of
RiteWay Manufacturing, Inc. and is now the new Owner and President. RiteWay is now
STAFF Manufacturing, LLC., but will continue to operate under the name of RiteWay Manufacturing, Inc.
STAFF is an acronym for Strength Through American Family and Faith.
RiteWay Manufacturing, Inc. provides highly efficient, turn-key services in custom metal fabrication
and is also a diversified manufacturer of conveyor systems and material handling equipment.
Contrary to the commonly accepted public perception, the United States is not losing all its manufacturing capabilities to the Chinese. In fact, many jobs once sent overseas are being brought back to our shores.
To prepare for those new jobs, especially as the economy gains steam, manufacturers will need skilled employees. Members of the Central Minnesota Manufacturers Association got a firsthand look this morning at Ridgewater College, one of the institutions with a multitude of programs geared toward preparing workers.
Almost 50 CMMA members, Ridgewater officials and instructors, bankers and suppliers gathered at the school and toured its programs. The morning visit to Hutchinson concluded with a tour of Hutchinson Manufacturing Inc.
Read the full story on page 12A of the Leader’s Sunday, April 29, print edition.
By TERRY DAVIS Staff Writer Hutchinson Leader www.hutchinsonleader.com