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Dan Gordon – Mingledorff’s

Est. reading time: 5 mins

For the past 84 years, Mingledorff’s of Peachtree Corners, Georgia, has provided equipment, parts and services to heating, ventilation and air conditioning dealers and contractors throughout the Southeast. In 2022, it pulled in over $800 million in revenue. Yet, leadership and executives have their sights set much higher with the plans of reaching a billion […]

Mary Choi Kelly – Inline Plastics

Est. reading time: 4 mins

In 2020, when companies across the world were shutting down or downsizing, Inline Plastics was ramping up operations. As a manufacturing company in the food packaging industry, it was considered an essential business, so its plants in Connecticut, Utah and Georgia never hit the off switch. Inline Plastics provides plastic containers to a variety of […]

Fausto Alfonso Yáñez Siller – British American Tobacco

Est. reading time: 4 mins

There being a nine-hour difference in the time zones of Mexico and Qatar, it made for inconvenient viewing for some of the most avid followers of the recent FIFA World Cup. During other years, many of the workers at British American Tobacco’s operations in Mexico would have gathered in cantinas or private homes to watch […]

Carlos Aritzmendi – BIC

Est. reading time: 4 mins

His work in finance has taken him around the globe for some of the world’s biggest companies. Now, Carlos Aritzmendi is moving again, this time back to Europe, where he’ll be the managing director for BIC’s global business center in Bulgaria. “I have always been open to new opportunities, and I’m a person who seeks […]

Daniel Malpica – L’Oréal

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Daniel Malpica was inclined to study civil engineering in college. Beer changed his mind. On a school trip before college, he visited a brewery and was so intrigued by the supply chain that he decided to study industrial engineering at Universidad La Salle in Mexico City. That set the foundation for a 20-year career guiding […]

Kelley Mudgett – Culligan International

Est. reading time: 3 mins

When tap water comes out murky or has a strange taste, people are often afraid of what’s in it. Some of the most dangerous contaminants can’t be seen, smelled or tasted, though. That’s why Culligan International products are certified for invisible toxins, such as lead and arsenic. “Fortunately, the U.S. has standards, but it is […]

Michael Guiracocha – Ford

Est. reading time: 5 mins

He completed an internship with NASA the summer after his junior year of college. Within a month of graduating—the first in his family to do so—he landed as an engineer at Ford Motor Company. Three years later, at the age of 24, he was overseeing all exterior, interior and chassis warranty claims at the company’s […]

Barry Anstandig – Rescar

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Rescar keeps American freight trains rolling; and Barry Anstandig keeps expenses from going off the rails. As senior vice president and chief financial officer for Rescar, he runs a lean financial engine for the privately held, Downers Grove, Illinois, company specializing in repair, maintenance and cleaning of railroad cars. That’s an essential service considering that […]

Jim Campbell – Adventec Manufacturing Inc.

Est. reading time: 6 mins

The path to progress can be overlooked by disproportionate attention on something else, necessary as it might be. Case in point, says Jim Campbell: the internal combustion engine. It’s been powering what used to be called the horseless carriage since the latter part of the 19th century and getting more efficient all the time. But […]

RSP Inc.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Bendable and foldable keypads. Wine aerators using motor driven magnet technology. Wearable electronics, sensors and devices. The internet of things (IoT) connects our world to physical objects. RSP Inc. has certainly come a long way in 55 years, especially when you consider that when it launched in 1964, the family company’s main output was real […]

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