AeroGo Inc. is honored to be the proud recipient of Seattle Business magazine’s award for Manufacturer of the Year, Small Business. AeroGo President John Massenburg accepted the award at the banquet April 26th at the Museum of Flight. During his acceptance speech, Mr. Massenburg stated, “I am so proud of AeroGo and our employees. This award solidifies our 50 year history as a U.S. manufacturer of high quality products, and our impact on industries around the world.” Seattle Business magazine editor Leslie Helm stated that ‘The awards are given to companies with innovative products who find ways to boost their competitiveness through improved manufacturing processes and effective marketing.” Paul Jakse, Vice President of Sales, and Steve Paige, Chief Financial Officer accompanied Mr. Massenburg onstage to accept the award on behalf of AeroGo.
Manufacturers continue to find new uses for air bearings to augment their manufacturing processes. See original article at www.manufacturing-today.com/sections/columns/1874-hovercraft-technology-a-growing-industrial-alternative
Industrial companies are finding air bearings a viable alternative to traditional material handling methods. See original article at www.ien.com/operations/material-handling-storage/product/20854652/aerogo-industrial-hovercraft-technology-is-growing
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AeroGo is a finalist for the overall Manufacturing Company of the Year award-Small Business for 2017. The gold and silver winners will be awarded at the annual dinner gala hosted by Seattle Business magazine on April 26 at the Museum of Flight.
AeroGo, Inc. is celebrating its 50th anniversary at an invitation-only event January 14th at the Museum of Flight on Boeing Field. The Seattle-based company has provided premier air casters and innovative load moving solutions to companies worldwide since 1967.
New products, applications, and replacement air casters information.
Christoph Maslowski has joined AeroGo, Inc. as the Regional Manager for Europe. He will represent AeroGo air bearing and wheeled vehicle products across the continent.
Plant Engineering magazine published John Massenburg's article about using air caster technology in factory automation.
The James Webb Telescope, successor to the Hubble telescope, is set to launch in 2018. AeroGo air bearings helped the process. Here is a link to the original article: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/sciencefair/2016/11/09/james-webb-space-telescope/93541340/