Advanced Plating Technologies welcomes two new members to the team. Scott Benson will serve as the Sales & Marketing Associate and Lori Jo Kaczmarek will be responsible for Accounts Receivable and Customer Service support.
Scott graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a B.B.A. degree in Marketing. As Sales & Marketing Associate, Scott is responsible for sales inquiries, account applications, price confirmations, invoicing questions, and daily marketing activities like trade show planning, social media management, and blog content. Scott brings the latest marketing trends to Advanced Plating Technologies and looks forward to helping the company expand. Outside of the office, Scott enjoys staying active by exercising, riding his motorcycle, and playing the guitar. In the summer, he enjoys traveling to northern Wisconsin and spending time with family and friends.
Lori Jo holds an Associate’s degree in Accounting from MATC – Milwaukee and will be primarily responsible for accounts receivable; however, she will also be helping out in the Customer Service department. Her other responsibilities include billing inquiries and order status updates. Lori Jo is excited to join the APT team and looks forward to growing with the company. Outside of work, Lori Jo enjoys riding her Harley and is in a motorcycle organization called, ‘Guardians of the Children’. The organization’s platform is used to educate the public about child abuse prevention and to help child abuse victims.
Advanced Plating Technologies will be exhibiting in booth 1443 at the 2015 Medical Design & Manufacturing show in Minneapolis, Minnesota from November 4th-5th.
“We’re thrilled to return once again to the MD&M show within the medical hub of Minneapolis. We have continued to invest in our medical offerings of precision sonic-passivation, biocompatible and duplex gold plating, just to name a few” says Technical Sales Manager, Matt Lindstedt. “MD&M Minneapolis has always offered an exciting venue to network and showcase our diversity of surface engineering solutions for the medical industry.”
This will be the final show for Advanced Plating Technologies in 2015, but will return starting in January 2016. Stay tuned for future show announcements and updates.
What: Medical Design & Manufacturing Trade Show
When: Wednesday, November 4th & Thursday, November 5th
Where: Minneapolis Convention Center – Minneapolis, Minnesota
Advanced Plating Technologies has been recognized as one of the best finishing shops in the United States by Products Finishing Magazine. Fifty finishing shops achieved this designation based upon 4 areas of criteria measured in Products Finishing’s industry benchmarking survey:
- Current finishing technology
- Finishing practices and performances
- Business strategies and performances
- Training and human resources
Significant statistical advantages of lead times, scrap and utilization were shared by the top shops as compared to several hundred North American plating operations that did not achieve the top fifty cut.
Complete details may be found at 2015 Products Finishing Top Shops Benchmarking Survey.
Advanced Plating Technologies will be exhibiting in booth 1009 at the 2015 SHOT show (Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade show) in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 20th through the 23rd.
“We couldn’t be more excited to return for the twelfth consecutive year to the SHOT show,” says company President John Lindstedt. “APT has continued to develop engineered coating technologies specific to the ammunition and firearm industries including our Black-TPD, Techni-crom and Ducta-bright 7a Nickel finishes. In addition, we invested heavily in automation and processing capacity in 2014 to offer our premium processes in high volume and at competitive prices for today’s critical self defense, carry and law enforcement applications.”
We invite you to learn more about Advanced Plating Technologies’ range of coatings used in the ammunition and firearm markets within this site including more on our Techni-crom, Ducta-bright 7a Nickel and heavy build copper plating of projectiles.
Advanced Plating Technologies has a very busy show schedule in 2015. Stay tuned for future updates on upcoming exhibits.
Erik comes to Advanced Plating Technologies with over 15 years of metal finishing and senior management experience. Erik is a chemical engineer with an extensive background in precious metals plating across a breadth of industries including the medical, electronics and telecommunication markets. “Erik comes to Advanced Plating Technologies with the same passion for metal finishing and desire to push the industry further that our leadership team shares,” says company President John Lindstedt. “We are thrilled to welcome him to Advanced Plating Technologies and look forward to his contributions to our company moving forward.”