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Mechanical Rubber sales representatives Barry Moellman and Bill Thomas will be attending the BMW Tier 1 Supplier Diversity Matchmaker Conference at the TD Center in Greenville, SC on Thurs., Apr. 10. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Mechanical Rubber President and CEO Cedric Glasper at the BCI Aerospace and Defense Supplier Summit in Seattle. To schedule a one to one meeting on March 12 or 13, email email@example.com.
Barry Moellman of Mechanical Rubber Business Development will be attending Aviation Week MRO Americas in Atlanta, GA April 16 to 18. If you’d like to meet with Barry, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Mechanical Rubber President and CEO Cedric Glasper at Aeromart Montréal from April 23 to 25. If you’re attending and would like to schedule a meeting, contact Cedric at email@example.com.
Mechanical Rubber President and CEO Cedric Glasper and United States Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney at the Council of Industry Board of Directors Meeting on Sept. 4, 2013. Topics of discussion included tax reform, labor policy, workforce development programs, immigration reform and improving access to economic development programs for small business.
WARWICK – Last Monday, Jan. 17, members of the Warwick United African Methodist Episcopal Church (UAME) and guests from throughout the Warwick community, including pastors from the Warwick Reformed Church, the Church of the Nazarene, and local officials celebrated Martin Luther King Day. Rev. Dr. Robert A. Brown, pastor, Rev. Theresa Meli, worship leader, and members of the church sponsored the event. They were all gathered to honor the memory of Dr. King, the civil rights leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner who was assassinated in 1968. Following the reading of the litany by Rev. Michael Otte, pastor of the Warwick Reformed Church, young children from the Union Youth Ministry took turns offering tributes to Dr. King. Guests, who also gave short presentations, included Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Mayor Michael Newhard, Judge Nancy D’Angelo, Judge Peter Barlet, the Rev. Bruce Bernard, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene and Cedric Glasper, president and CEO of Mechanical Rubber. The UAME Tabernacle Choir with Sister E’lissa Jones-Leonard and the Praise Team for the Church of the Nazarene helped to make this a memorable occasion. During the service Rev. Dr. Robert A. Brown gave a moving sermon and final benediction. Brown said that Martin Luther King’s dream would have been only a dream unless something was done to make it come true. And that his legacy demands that we all must do something, one on one, to demonstrate that we care for others and will do something to fulfill a dream to help all those in need. Brown plans to reestablish an organization at his church that he once successfully ran in Queens. JAM (Jesus and me) will serve the community and help combat the problem of drugs and alcohol or other concerns among its youthful members or anyone of any age. And Brown will invite all local pastors and officials to work closely with him. Following the service, guests were invited to share refreshments with church members. To read the entire article as it appeared in the Warwick Advertiser, click here.
Reprinted with permission from The Warwick Advertiser.
MONTGOMERY – The Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan is pleased to announce five new appointees to the Finance and Investment Committee, and two new appointees to the Professional Advisors Council. Chris Corallo, Valerie Zammitti, Damiane Doyle, Craig Pesce, and Cedric Glasper have been appointed to the Finance and Investment Committee. For the article as it appeared in the Hudson Valley Press Online, click here.
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Council of Industry May 2013 Newsletter, Hudson Valley, NY: Mechanical Rubber Products (MRP) has been providing solutions to the needs of a variety of industries for over seventy years. They manufacture high quality, custom rubber, plastics and metals products using cutting edge technology. Their innovation and dedication to quality ensure the highest standards are met with each order. “Mechanical Rubber is a solutions–based company,” explained Cedric Glasper, President and CEO of Mechanical Rubber Products. It is Glasper’s can-do attitude that has taken the company from bank-ruptcy when he acquired it to the vibrant company it is today.
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Fresh from his trip to Aeromart Montréal, a networking convention for Aerospace Industry professionals, Mechanical Rubber President and CEO Cedric Glasper participated in the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh Walk for Housing. Glasper joined team Leadership Orange Class of 2008 for the walk on Sunday, April 28 in Newburgh, New York. Habitat for Humanity provides safe and affordable housing for hard working families in need. For more information visit www.habitatnewburgh.org.
Leadership Orange Class of 2008 Team Captain Kara Dorsey with
Mechanical Rubber President & CEO Cedric Glasper at the 2013
Habitat for Humanity Walk for Housing in Newburgh, NY on Sunday, April 28.
Warwick, NY – Mechanical Rubber Products Company, Inc., acquired certain assets of Minisink Rubber, Unionville, NY, on Aug. 14, 2000. The purchase included all extrusion dies, splicing molds, compression and transfer molds, compounds and customer order records.
As of December 2000, the company anticipates being 100% operational with all of Minisink Rubber’s manufacturing capabilities. Mechanical Rubber has molding press platen sizes from 18” x 18” to 36” x 36”, hot feed extrusion lines to make mandrel or coiled profiles and a splice vulcanization department to accommodate multiple projects, in addition to their die cut, lathe cut, slitting and stripping departments.
A “one-stop shop” for rubber needs, Mechanical Rubber is committed to customer satisfaction, dedication to quality and on-time delivery. For more information, visit the website at www.mechanicalrubber.com.
Mechanical Rubber Products, a custom contract manufacturer of rubber, plastic and metal products, is pleased to announce the opening of a new branch office, located in Richmond, California. Sales Representative Tim Richardson will provide local service to our customers on the West Coast, including Los Angeles, the Bay area and Seattle. This expansion will allow Mechanical Rubber to offer better support to local customers while providing the same great quality and delivery from our headquarters in Warwick, NY. For more information on our products and capabilities, visit our WeConnect™ website at www.mechanicalrubber.com.
Warwick, NY – Mechanical Rubber Products, a custom contract manufacturer of rubber, plastic and metal products, received AS9100 Rev. C / ISO 9001:2008 certification on Dec. 19, 2012. The AS9100 Rev. C quality management system encompasses all the requirements of ISO 9001:2008, but adds additional requirements specific to the Aviation and Space industry satisfying DOD, NASA and FAA. AS9100 Rev. C creates one single quality management system to be used internationally and is supported by the International Aerospace Quality Group.
“To continue to not only meet, but exceed customer expectations in Aviation and Space, it became apparent that although we have been compliant to the standards of AS9100 Rev C / ISO 9001:2008, we needed to become certified as well,” commented Mechanical Rubber President and CEO Cedric Glasper. “Our Quality Assurance team fine-tuned our systems and processes to meet this rigorous standard to take our customer service a step further and increase our already strong customer satisfaction rating.”
Mechanical Rubber’s Quality Assurance team (from left): Justin Talarczyk, Nicole Cosimano, Cedric Glasper, Alisa Sherow and Gary Lyon recently received their AS9100C Rev C / ISO 9001:2008 certification.