ITC Manufacturing: Leaders in Wire Mesh Decking

ITC Welcomes Entrepreneurial Summer Camp Students

This summer, ITC was proud to participate in an Entrepreneurial Summer Camp for kids in the local Phoenix area that allowed students to spend the day learning about the company and its products.  Attendees were able to participate in a variety of activities including tours of the factory and different departments, as well as a hosted lunch and a Q/A with founder, owner and chairman of the board Johnnie Caldwell.

Departments in the tour included shipping/receiving, sales, custom projects, operations and more.  ITC made the event fun and included a scavenger hunt and introduced students to concepts such as manufacturing, accounting and how ITC has grown from a powder coating company to the national manufacturer of wire mesh and fencing it is today.  Students had a change to meet key members of the ITC executive staff and get important insights that will help them grow their entrepreneurial spirit.

ITC Manufacturing Announces Mark Briden as New CEO and CFO

ITC Manufacturing is pleased to announce its new CEO and CFO, Mark Briden. Briden has resumed day-to-day leadership of the company.

“ITC is proud to announce Mark Briden as CEO and CFO,” said Arianne Berberian, COO. “Briden is a proven and experienced leader in manufacturing and we believe his track record will help strengthen and elevate ITC as we look to a future of innovation and leadership within the material handling and fencing industries.”

“I am honored and humbled to be ITC’s new CEO and CFO,” Briden said.  “I look forward to working with the ITC team to expand into new markets and deliver customized solutions tailored to our customer’s needs.”

Briden began his career as a young entrepreneur having formerly co-owned an e-commerce company growing it to annual revenues of $20M. His extensive business acumen further escalated as a financial and operational consultant focusing on financial restructuring and performance improvements, merger and acquisitions and held interim management positions of middle-market manufacturing and construction companies.

Briden has more than 15 years of finance and executive leadership experience, including serving as Interim CFO for ITC for the past year.  He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Illinois and holds a Bachelors’ Degrees of Science in Accountancy and Business Information Systems from Illinois State University.

Happy Juneteenth!

Today, millions of Americans across the country will come together to celebrate Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States.

From its Galveston, Texas origin in 1865, the observance of June 19th has been celebrated in the United States as the African American Emancipation Day (or Freedom Day).

“As a Nation, we vow to never forget the millions of African-Americans who suffered the evils of slavery,” President Donald Trump said in a statement Tuesday recognizing the holiday. “Together, we honor the unbreakable spirit and countless contributions of generations of African Americans to the story of American greatness. Today we recommit ourselves to defending the self-evident truth, boldly declared by our Founding Fathers, that all people are created equal.”

At ITC, we are proud to recognize this monumental day in both our Columbus and Phoenix plants and will continue to defend our nation’s true fundamental values.

Forever Grateful – Happy Memorial Day

This Memorial Day we pay tribute to those who lost their lives while serving in our U.S. Military. Today and every day, we are forever grateful for all the men and women who sacrificed their lives for our freedoms and thank them for their selfless service. We live in a great country where so many have sacrificed their lives so we can live ours.

ITC is proud to honor and support our military veterans and will continue to support them not only in the workplace but in our communities.

TO all the men and women who serve, THANK YOU!

We’d also like to thank all ITC Veterans who served in the U.S. Military.

REGISTER: How to Build an Awesomely Efficient Material Handling System – Webinar: Thursday, May 24 @ 2 PM ET

Want to know how to build an awesomely efficient material handling system? Join Modern Materials Handling for a webinar on Thursday, May 24, 2018, 02:00 PM EDT for tips to maximize your solution.

Attend this session and learn:

  • Tips to maximize storage density to avoid additional real estate purchases and minimize labor costs
  • The importance of incorporating your operational requirements into a new facility design
  • Three of the most common pitfalls when designing a material handling system within an existing facility, and strategies to avoid them
  • Ways to futureproof your distribution center

Register here: .

ITC Team Runs in Honor of Pat Tillman

Last Saturday, the ITC team of 30 people joined 28,000 other participants in a race to honor hero Pat Tillman and the Pat Tillman Foundation, which invests in military veterans and their spouses through academic scholarships.

We are so proud of our team and that we are able to be involved in such an active community. Thanks to all of those who participated in the 14th Annual Pat’s Run! See you next year!

For more information on the Pat Tillman Foundation: http://pattillmanfoundation.org/

Below are pictures of the race. Thanks to all those who contributed.

 

 

 

  

      

  

Modern Materials Handling Feature: ITC highlights customized wire mesh solutions

ITC works with customers face-to-face to fully understand the end-user’s application and how the rack system will be utilized

CUSTOMIZED SOLUTIONS AT THE HEART OF ITC MANUFACTURING

 

CUSTOMIZED SOLUTIONS AT THE HEART OF ITC MANUFACTURING

 Application Engineering Team Gives End Users Power to Solve Problems

 

Atlanta, GA – (April 9, 2018) – MODEX 2018 – ITC Manufacturing, the premier manufacturer of wire mesh products for the material handling industry, is proud to offer fully custom solutions for racking manufacturers and end-users to ensure a streamlines warehousing process. Some of these custom pieces that have helped solve end-user challenges can be seen in the ITC Manufacturing booth B3269 this week at MODEX 2018.

“ITC’s core principle is to deliver exactly what is needed to solve a problem in the warehouse environment.  We work with our customers face-to-face to fully understand the end-user’s application and how the rack system will be utilized,” said Tyler Leintz, Director of Sales at ITC Manufacturing.  “From there, ITC’s team of designers engineer a solution based on the application and overall needs of the customer to deliver a solution that solves a problem and enables the end-user to maximize their investment.”

The fact is that not all solutions can use a standard wire rack. A few examples of loads that require additional engineering that ITC has found solutions for include:

Line Load

When a customer approaches ITC on a project, the company devotes a great amount of time gathering information and conducting site visits if necessary, to determine exactly what will be stored in the racking system and what the need entails to ensure the best solution.  Working together on each project and ensuring customer satisfaction is what makes ITC a true partner with customers.

ITC Manufacturing is a leader in the material handling industry providing wire mesh products to support the world’s shipping and warehousing network.  With plant locations in Phoenix, Arizona and Columbus, Ohio, ITC Manufacturing continues to invest in new technology and operates the most automated wire mesh welding plants in the United States serving all of North America, Mexico and Canada.

ABOUT INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL COATINGS (“ITC”)

Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, International Technical Coatings (www.itcmfg.com) is the premier manufacturer of wire mesh products for the material handling and storage products industries.  As one of the largest wire and steel fabricators in the United States, ITC manufactures a wide range of wire product including heavy and light duty wire mesh decking, dividers and flue spacers, gridwall/slatwall, POP displays, industrial and specialty drawn wire, custom wire and steel products, mine mesh, re-enforcing mesh, security fencing and roll formed products.  In addition, ITC offers value-added services such as product design and engineering to meet the needs of distributors, mass merchants, retailers, archive storage providers, OEM’s and third-party logistics providers. 

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