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Welcome to Ep 25 of Radwell Automation Nation. In this episode, we are going to get a bit more personal. I want to share with you a bit about Radwell International. We provide a lot of products, services and resources to many companies in just about any industry there is. For those who don’t know much about us or what we do, it can get confusing. Normally this podcast isn’t a platform we use as an advertising tool because that is not what it’s about. But we recently produced a new About Us video, outlining who we are and what we do. Since I know that everyone does not watch videos, I decided to take this opportunity to share some of that video with our listeners in audio form. So here we are and let’s get started. This podcast is brought to you by Radwell International  https://www.radwell.com Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comHost: Julie Basello       jbaselloholt@radwell.com                   Production: Julie Basello Marketing and Promotion: Julie BaselloLinks: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.com
 Welcome to Ep 24 of Radwell Automation Nation. In the previous 23 episodes of this podcast, we have shared a lot of information and had a variety of guests join us. We’ve introduced you to manufacturers. We’ve discussed topics relevant to the manufacturing industry with internal and external subject matter experts. We’ve discussed ways to solve operational problems. In this episode, we are going a little off the normal path. Not too far off but a bit off. Are you intrigued? Well, if you aren’t you should be. Because this episode is: Get to Know Your Hosts. And Rob and I are awesome. Right, Rob? Rob and I are going to have a discussion about a variety of topics, mostly related to business, to give you a behind the scenes look at who we are and what we bring to the table. When he isn’t co-hosting this podcast with me, Rob is the Branch Manager of Radwell’s location in Franklin, Indiana. He has been with Radwell for 15 years. He began his Radwell career in 2007 in the IT department as an IT Systems Administrator. He has a background in electronics, building network switching systems and surface mount circuit boards as well as a background in sales. Soon he assumed the role of IT Operations Manager with Radwell and absorbed the IT support team while building the Network infrastructure team. This team built Radwell’s Global network when the company expanded into Europe and Canada. IN 2014 he accepted the role as Branch Manager for the first expanded branch in the US in Indiana. He relocated his family, and worked to build the Indiana team, complete the build out of the operation we acquired, as well as growing the business. Radwell Indiana grew from $8 million in total revenue in 2014 to $27.4 million at the completion of 2021. Now let’s talk about Julie. Julie is in charge of Radwell’s Multimedia and has worked for Radwell for almost 8 years. She brings a lot of experience to her role at Radwell. She has been a professional photographer for many years and she is also a video content creator, a video producer, a writer, a podcaster, a small business social media and marketing coach and a voiceover artist. And that’s when she isn’t at work at Radwell. Prior to joining Radwell, she segued a successful corporate operations management career (in multiple industries) into owning and operating her own art gallery representing over 200 American artists. She also owned her own photography studio prior to coming on board and Radwell and she still shoots for clients today. Here at Radwell, Julie is in charge of all things media. She handles marketing photography, video production, writing/editing and curating Radwell’s blog, producing and cohosting this podcast and crafting and scheduling all content for Radwell’s social media presence. You can also hear her voice in many of Radwell’s videos on our YouTube channel.  She has traveled worldwide to each of Radwell’s locations and has documented company history through video, writing and photography since she started in 2014. Well, now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s get started on this fabulous chat of ours. In this episode we chat about some real world topics near and dear to our hearts. 
Welcome to Ep 23 of Radwell Automation Nation. If you’re familiar with Radwell International, then you know that we provide industrial automation products and services for Manufacturers in just about any industry you can think of. We thought it might be interesting to record some episodes introducing our listeners to actual manufacturers. We’re calling these episodes Meet the Manufacturer and we’ll have an assortment of manufacturers joining us as guests to showcase who they are and what they do. In this Meet the Manufacturer episode we are showcasing Welker Incorporated and speaking with Senior Vice President David J. Fish to learn about the company. Guest: David Fish, Senior Vice President - Welker Inc Contact Phone: 281-491-2331Email: david.fish@welker.comVisit Welker Inc at http://www.welker.com This podcast is brought to you by Radwell International  http://www.radwell.com Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comHosts:  Julie Basello       jbaselloholt@radwell.com                   Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello  Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.com
With The Great Resignation and an ever-changing work landscape, it has become more and more challenging for manufacturers to attract the best people to their respective organizations. The challenges of filling job roles are numerous, and the struggle is real. Marketing can be a valuable tool in attracting top talent to a manufacturing business. In this episode, we speak with an expert about a topic on everyone’s radar right now: Attracting Top Talent to Your Organization. Our guest is Paul Kiesche who is the President of Aviate Creative, a branding and creative agency with an edge in manufacturing. Paul applies decades of experience and award-winning work in branding and marketing to the manufacturing industry. In addition, Paul is an adjunct professor, speaker and author of branding, graphic design and marketing subjects. His objective is to help educate and grow manufacturers through effective, proven strategies.Gain some insights and learn some strategies to help your manufacturing business attract top talent in this information filled episode. Included below is a downloadable resource direct from Paul to help your efforts. Helpful and Educational Downloadable Resource from Paul: paper on recruitment strategies for manufacturersGuest: Paul Kiesche of Aviate Creative Contact Phone: (908) 509-4442Web: https://aviatecreative.com/This podcast is brought to you by Radwell International  http://www.radwell.com Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comHosts:  Julie Basello       jbaselloholt@radwell.com                   Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.com
 Welcome to Ep 21 of Radwell Automation Nation. In this episode, we are going to talk about something that recently came across my radar as an interesting topic. I spoke to Rob about it and we figured out listeners might find the topic interesting as well. So here we are. Our guest in this episode is Michael Bonto and our topic is aviation opportunities for engineers. Let’s give Mike a proper introduction. Ever since he can remember, Mike’s been fascinated by any type of aircraft or anything aerospace related. In 1987, he took his first intro ride in a single engine two seat airplane, which led to him eventually earning his pilot certificate and ratings. Since then, he has always been involved in aviation directly or indirectly. It has taken him through many wonderful experiences, from meeting and interacting with aviation professionals, private pilots, and fun flights to running a flying club and flying school. Mike currently runs a program for Innovation Engineering in Aeronautics. The program is South Jersey Aero Foundation. The goal of this program is to inspire the further pursuit of a career in aviation and aeronautical engineering while developing the necessary foundation of technological and analytical skills. This will be achieved through the completion of small projects designed to introduce current technologies that are directly applicable to problems in aviation. If anyone is qualified to discuss opportunities for engineers in the aviation field, it’s definitely Mike Bonto.  Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.com Guest: Mike Bonto South Jersey Aero Foundation  Links:Donation page to show support for the programhttps://www.classy.org/give/330902/#!/donation/checkoutwebsitehttps://sjaero.org/ SJAF contact information:info@sjaero.org(609)288-2982Pilot Career Path Consultancy Servicehttps://sjaero.org/featured-service/ Hosts:  Julie Basello       jbaselloholt@radwell.com                   Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.com Production: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello  Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com
 Rob and I were talking recently about the variety of products and service Radwell offers and it got me thinking. The basis of everything we do is to keep our customers operations running. We offer a ton of products and services with that one purpose in mind. One of those offerings is field service engineering. Field Service Engineering is when Radwell engineers and repair technicians go onsite at a customer’s manufacturing facility to help them troubleshoot through issues. Now, we don’t like to brag, but we do want to give proper credit to the amazing repair and engineering teams we have at Radwell. They navigate all kinds of issues with all kinds of parts and manufacturers successfully. We thought it might be interesting to have a chat with two of those amazing people. The two we are speaking with in this episode are from our Engineering Dept at Radwell headquarters in NJ. They have often been tasked to head out to customer locations on behalf of Radwell and help in whatever way they can. Randy Bracy  is Director of Engineering at Radwell. He has been with the company for 11  years and he is one of those people that can literally fix anything. It’s just the way his brain works. Brandon Buehler is Engineering Production Manager. He has been with Radwell for 13  years. He is also a wizard when it comes to the ins and outs of industrial automation parts and products. He is also a repair genius with a natural ability to fix mechanical and electronic things. In this episode, Randy and Brandon  give us a behind the scenes look at some stories from their time working on field service for customers.  Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.com Guests: Randy Bracy and Brandon Buehler, Radwell International Email Randy: rbracy@Radwell.comEmail Brandon: bbuehler@radwell.comHosts:  Julie Basello       jbaselloholt@radwell.com                   Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.com Production: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com
Welcome to Ep 19 of Radwell Automation Nation. In this episode we have a special guest connecting with us all the way from Poland. Our guest is Marcin Krzączkowski, founder of Automa.Net. He will introduce us to some market insights and supply chain insights gained from his platform.  Automa.Net was started at the same time when many companies started to face global supply chain problems and ever-increasing lead time and shortages. We’ll be discussing ways to manage supply chain struggles. Marcin graduated both from the University of Hertfordshire in the UK and Nanyang Technological University in Singapore before making his strides in business and technology. After successfully launching and running software house skydigo.com, he started a career in building products for industrial markets. In 2018, he co-founded FluidPowerNet, a marketplace platform for hydraulic and pneumatic companies that integrated hundreds of distributors and trade companies worldwide. Having a team of people experienced in designing, developing and launching digital products, he decided to face another challenge on the market. After many hours spent on meetings - his claims exceeding 100 - with industrial automation professionals, he decided to launch a platform that would help companies operating in this dynamic sector. Five months of hard work later and the platform launched with its official opening taking place on March 1 2021. Automa.Net makes it easier to search through hundreds of warehouses and web storefronts with industrial automation products - all in one place. In this episode, Marcin shares his knowledge and experience with supply chain management and gives insights into how to positive impact your supply chain moving forward. Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comGuest:  Marcin Krzaczkowski Email: marcin@automa.nethttp://www.automa.netLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mekrzaczkowski/Hosts: Julie Basello       jbaselloholt@radwell.com                   Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie BaselloLinks: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com
Today’s topic is definitely important in the business world and especially in the manufacturing world. All those PLCs that are in use in an industrial automation environment may, at some point, need to be disposed of. Do you know the proper way to manage your manufacturing IT assets when it’s time to dispose of them?Joining us for today’s episode is Chris Regan, President and Founder of CLR Solutions. CLR Solutions is a specialized electronic recycling/refurbishing and data security services firm. When it comes to data security, having peace of mind is important. CLR Solutions has a mission: to be a trusted partner in data management and security for their customers. Chris has had a passion for technology and a mouse in his hand since he was six years old. According to his bio, the only thing he is more passionate about than technology is helping his clients recover as much of their investment in IT assets as possible. For the majority of his career, Chris has worked in various areas of IT. He has a B.A. in Information Technology and Management Information Systems, and an M.S. in Organization Management – both from NJIT. Chris established CLR Solutions in 2008, and quickly achieved status as an official Microsoft Registered Refurbisher. CLR is also NAID and Department of Defense certified. As a result of Chris’ passion, dedication, and leadership, CLR Solutions has emerged as a leader in IT Asset Management, Data Security, and Investment Recovery.In this episode, Chris discusses waste management security for IT equipment in a manufacturing environment. He provides some tips for plant managers to help manage this sensitive but important area of operations.Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comGuest: Chris Regan, President and Founder of CLR Solutionscregan@clrsolutionsnj.com862-397-3259CLR Solutions http://www.clrsolutionsnj.com877-CLR-SOLUHosts: Julie Basello       jbaselloholt@radwell.com                   Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie BaselloLinks: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com
Today’s topic is definitely important in the business world and especially in the manufacturing world. We all use technology so frequently that it is now embedded in our work and home lives. But is it all too much sometimes? What’s the right balance between utilizing technology and actual human interaction? And how much technology is too much technology? Joining us in this episode is Kirsten Austin. For over twenty-five years she has been involved in the software business with a focus on manufacturing, distribution and fulfillment. Currently she is the Business Relations Manager for DCSC Inc. DCSC started as a VAR for an accounting and manufacturing solution. Later they decided to sell and implement another ERP solution. They have earned two major ERP awards in 2002 and 2003. Subsequently focus was shifted to solely support, develop and implement their published software suite DC Warehouse Automation and their Multi-Carrier Shipping Solution DCMobile. These solutions are implemented across the nation and beyond. They have direct shipping carrier integrations with FedEx®, UPS®, DHL®, Endicia®, Purolator® and other carriers. DCSC software is constantly evolving to meet the needs of our distribution, manufacturing and fulfillment clients. We help take the "Bull" (manual and redundant processes) out of the warehouse.Kirsten also is a leader for USA Manufacturing Hour Chat on Twitter. Anyone who champions U.S. manufacturing can join in on a new conversation each week on Twitter using the hashtag #USAMfgHour. The chat starts at 11 a.m. Pacific Standard Time/2 p.m. Eastern. People share positive blog posts, helpful articles, news, important information, accomplishments, events, and more with other manufacturers and supporters from throughout the country.Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comGuest: Kirsten Austin, DCSC Inc Business Relations Managerkirstenaus@dcsccorp.com314-664-2200 ext. 113DCSC Inchttp://www.dcsccorp.com314-664-2200USA Manufacturing Hour Chat on Twitter #USAMfgHourHosts: Julie Basello       jbaselloholt@radwell.com                   Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie BaselloLinks: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International https://www.radwell.com
In today’s episode we speak to an industry expert about the digital struggles manufacturers may face and how to work through those struggles in order to make the internet work for a manufacturing operation. Our expert guest for this episode is Nigel T. Packer of PelaTis Online Ltd. Nigel is a Digital Customer Experience Trainer and Consultant.  He is also an author and digital business speaker. For over twenty-five years he has used his extensive knowledge and broad range of experiences to engage, educate and entertain business owners and audiences across the UK, Europe and US.His subject expertise includes customer experience optimization, customer experience journey mapping, e-Business strategies, effective website development, and International digital business strategy.  He heads a consultancy practice called PelaTis Online Ltd.Nigel is also an in-demand presenter and has delivered seminars and speeches to audiences in many countries. His enthusiasm and knowledge of internet strategy is shared with the audience in a practical and informative way, in presentations that are both engaging and entertaining. He takes a straightforward approach, using non-technical language – even when dealing with technical issues. Full of insights and real-world observations, practical techniques and actionable strategies, the focus is on “doing business using the Internet as a tool”. Nigel is the Author of 'Internet Marketing: How to get a Website That Works For Your Business' and his current book in progress is called Customer Experience Optimization.   Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.com Guest:  Nigel T. Packernigel@pelatisonline.co.ukhttps://pelatisonline.co.uk/T Shaped Person: https://corporatefinanceinstitute.com/resources/careers/soft-skills/t-shaped-skills/10th Man Principle: https://www.strive.com/post/the-10th-man-ruleHosts:  Julie Basello       jbaselloholt@radwell.com                   Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello  Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com
In this bonus podcast episode, we are taking a little detour from our normal format. Instead of discussing an industry relevant topic with one or two guest, I am going to be speaking to two special guests: 2021 Summer Marketing Interns, Keegan Teschko and Shannon Feeley. We’re going to get a behind the scenes look at their experiences working at Radwell International this summer.  To learn more about Radwell International visit https://www.radwell.com
After graduation from high school, It’s time for real life decisions to be made. Many think that college is the inevitable path but trade school also offers career options. Though both college and trade school have their merits and their drawbacks, the real food for thought is whether a career in manufacturing might be the right move. The goal of both college and trade school is the same: to receive an education that leads to a career. Although college allows for exploring a range of options along with activities and community, trade school offers skill-based learning with solid job opportunities. Not only will trade school offer job opportunities but also less debt upon completion. In this episode we are going to discuss whether manufacturing might be the right career move for those entering the workforce. Today, jobs in manufacturing are in demand. The manufacturing industry is dealing with a skills gap. Left unabated, the manufacturing skills gap — which is now anticipated to leave 2.1 million jobs unfilled by 2030 — could cost the U.S. economy as much as $1 trillion. The skills gap in manufacturing is real. What is the skills gap? The “skills gap” is a gap between the skills existing within the workforce and the skills demanded by the labor market. Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute’s report, “Creating pathways for tomorrow’s workforce today: Beyond reskilling in manufacturing,” explores new and prevailing contributors to the skills gap and outlines important steps manufacturers can take to attract and retain skilled and diverse workers, especially women and underrepresented minorities (URMs).Given this information, should those entering the workforce not assume that college is the only answer for a successful career path? Could manufacturing be the right career path? In this episode,  Julie and Rob will be discussing this topic with Manufacturing Expert, Dan Bigger and HR Recruiter, Tyler Troyano.   Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.com Guests: Tyler Troyano ttroyano@radwell.comDan Bigger on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/dan-bigger-5b16607/Hosts:  Julie Basello   jbaselloholt@radwell.com                   Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello  Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast https://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International https://www.radwell.com*********************************
In this episode co-hosts Rob and Julie discuss what you need to know about Vendor Managed Inventory or VMI for short. What Is Vendor Managed Inventory?Vendor Managed Inventory is a supply chain agreement where vendors or suppliers manage, maintain, and optimize their inventory while it’s in the possession of a buyer.In other words, it’s an inventory management system where inventory is replaced for the buyer or retailer without them having to initiate a purchase order. The buyer or retailer shares their inventory data with a vendor and the vendor determines order size and frequency.Fortunately Rob is a bit of an expert on this topic and shares some insights from his experiences. If you think VMI IS a good fit for your organization, we would love to connect you to our team at Radwell who can assist you. Just email automationnation@Radwell.com and we will get you connected with the right people to help you get started. Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.com Hosts:  Julie Basello   jbaselloholt@radwell.com                   Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello  Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com
Are you just starting out with welding? Would you benefit from a few welding tips for beginners? If you answered yes to these questions, this episode is for you. Our guest is Jason Larsen. Jason is Director of Technical Business Development at Radwell International and works at our global headquarters in Willingboro, NJ. He is also a skilled technician and knows plenty. In this episode he walks us through tips for beginner welders. Learn about different types of welding, set up tips, safety recommendations and troubleshooting ideas. If you have additional questions after this episode, you can reach Jason at jlarsen@radwell.comGuest: Jason Larsen  Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comHosts:  Julie Basello   jbaselloholt@radwell.com                   Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com
We’ve all been there. You like your job and you work hard every day. But there are just some things that are so frustrating and you don’t quite know how to make them better. Maybe you speak to your manager or maybe you keep your mouth shut but either way, if the frustrations don’t get fixed, they will eventually take over. Instead of focusing on the good parts of your job, you end up fixating on the frustrating parts until it really starts to become a major issue. Before you get to that point, Rob and I are here to help! In this episode, we are discussing how to fix job frustrations or at least how to manage them and make things work for you on the job. Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comHosts:  Julie Basello        jbaselloholt@radwell.com                                                                                    Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com
In this episode Julie and Rob discuss different leadership styles and how they can impact people in the work place. Whether you are a plant manager or an office manager, understanding different leadership styles and how they affect other people is an important part of supervising. Let us help you navigate the world of leadership styles. Leadership styles discussed in this episode: Transformational LeadershipParticipatory LeadershipValue-based LeadershipSituational LeadershipServant Leadership Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comHosts:  Julie Basello        jbaselloholt@radwell.com                                                                                    Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello  Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com
Radwell International is an industrial automation company servicing manufacturing operations globally. The company stocks and sells new and surplus industrial automation, MRO, pneumatic, motion, electronic, hydraulic, HVAC and electrical control equipment for plant floor and facilities maintenance machinery. Radwell also has full component level repair capabilities for all industrial electronic and electrical equipment, with over 2,400 testing fixtures. Our global headquarters is located in Willingboro, NJ and we have branches in Indiana, Texas, Missouri, North Carolina, Georgia, the UK, Germany and Canada. Volunteerism is a big part of the Radwell corporate culture. In this episode of Automation Nation, guest Andy Enochs joins us to discuss the volunteer experience with Big Brothers Big Sisters. Andy is a Repair Technician at Radwell in Franklin, IN and a proud BBBS volunteer. The Big Brothers Big Sisters mission is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. The Big Brothers Big Sisters vision is that all youth achieve their full potential. BBBSCI serves more than 1,200 boys and girls annually, ages 8 to 18 in Marion, Hamilton, and Johnson Counties. They pair adult volunteers (what they refer to as “Bigs”) in one-to-one mentoring relationships with children (what they call “Littles”) ages 8 to 14 in Central Indiana.The program produces significant outcomes in areas related to educational success, avoidance of risky behaviors, and socio-emotional health. After just one year, Littles have higher grades, more self-confidence, and better relationships with their peers. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana https://www.bebigforkids.org/ Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comHosts:  Julie Basello        jbaselloholt@radwell.com                                                                                    Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello  Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com*********************************
Radwell International offers onsite field engineering services as part of our extensive list of service offerings. During some of our onsite visits to manufacturing facilities, we are able to accomplish some big wins for our customers. In this episode, take a behind the scenes look at two field engineering service situations and how Radwell technicians were able to create wins for our customers. Expertise is important and being able to share that expertise during emergency situations is a big part of who we are and what we do at Radwell International. Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comHosts: Julie Basello-Holt and Rob TiedekenProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com
EPISODE NOTES:Have you ever wondered why some businesses are so visible in the community? There are many ways for businesses to increase their visibility but one of the best ways is by contributing to the community. This can be done with a good community relations plan for your business. In this episode Julie and Rob discuss how a community relations plan can help your business.  Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comHosts:  Julie Basello               jbaselloholt@radwell.com                                                                                    Robert Tiedeken      rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie BaselloLinks: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com
In this episode, Howard Coleman of MCA Associates discusses the value of a Distribution Facility Operations Assessment.  Included are the main objectives of an assessment, what an assessment IS and what it ISN’T and more practical and useful tips to review before taking action on an assessment. There is even a helpful offer to optimize your take-aways at the end of the podcast.  Email for Podcast Questions or Feedback: automationnation@radwell.comGuest: Howard Colemanhcoleman@mcaassociates.comwww.mcaassociates.com203.732.0603Hosts:  Julie Basello        jbaselloholt@radwell.com                                                                                    Robert Tiedeken  rtiedeken@radwell.comProduction: Julie Basello and Patrick StewartMarketing and Promotion: Julie Basello  Links: Radwell Automation Nation Podcast http://podcast.radwell.comRadwell International http://www.radwell.com 
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