Posted by Paula Hynes | 9/4/12 4:19 PM 0 Comments

The Rodon Group Celebrates Labor Day's 130th birthday and the Contributions of the American Worker

In 1882, our country celebrated the first Labor Day on Tuesday, September 5 in New York City.  As a fitting tribute we are re-launching our "American Made" Newsroom blog at Info.RodonGroup.com.  With new content each week, The Rodon Group strives to support the case for American manufacturing and ingenuity by featuring articles on related topics including:

                                    - Reshoring and onshoring

                                    - Work force development

                                    - Manufacturing costs

                                    - Import/export issues                                               

The blog will also highlight companies that are expanding or relocating their operations to the United States.

According to Jill Worth, Web Communications and Marketing Specialist, "As a U.S. Manufacturing company, we are proud to be contributing to the health of our economy.  Through our weekly news stories, we hope to call attention to the issues that face businesses in this competitive marketplace.  If we all commit to the common goal of expanding and growing our manufacturing base, we will all win. I know our country is primed to support companies who are committed to 'making it in America.'  And we hope our efforts contribute to the future success of our nation."

We encourage visitors to the blog to subscribe via email or RSS feed, connect with us, comment and share.

The Rodon Group manufacturing facility located in Hatfield, PA

 

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About The Rodon Group

The Rodon Group is an ISO 9001-2008 certified plastic injection molder.  In business since 1956, the Rodon Group makes billions of parts each year in its 125,000 square foot facility.  With over 106 injection molding presses, Rodon is one of the largest family-owned and operated injection molders in the United States.  The Rodon Group serves a diverse group of industries including consumer products, medical, construction, pharmaceutical and toys.  Since 1992, Rodon has manufactured over 30 billion parts for the K’NEX building toy system, and is a subsidiary of K’NEX Brands, L.P.  For more information please visit www.rodongroup.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topics: Plastic Injection Molding, Pennsylvania Manufacturing, American Manufacturing and Products, American vs Overseas Manufacturing


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