Plan to attend the AFS Wisconsin January Dinner Meeting
with Speaker: Raymond W. Monroe of the Steel Founders' Society of America, speaking about Castings: Economic Outlook and Strategic Challenges
Castings have seen strong and weak volatile markets for the last decades. What does the near future look like in demand and business conditions? Longer term, what are the strategic challenges that face us? How will we create the workforce and customer base we need to prosper and grow?
Raymond W. Monroe joined the Steel Founders' Society of America SFSA as Executive Vice President. He holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Auburn University an M.S. in Engineering Science from the University of Alabama (Birmingham) in 1980.
Raymond is with the American Metalcasting Consortium working with the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency, U.S. Department of Defense as a panelist for the Joint Defense Manufacturing Technology Panel- Metals Sub-panel, and serves on the industrial advisory board for trade in ferrous materials (ITAC 12) for the Department of Commerce.Agenda:
5:00 PM Fellowship at Milwaukee Marriott West
6:00 PM Dinner & Speaker
Retired Members $20
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