Archives October 2021

13: Larry Williams of Aviation Safety Resources

Season One
Season One
13: Larry Williams of Aviation Safety Resources
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This week we are interviewing Larry Williams of Aviation Safety Resources. Founded in 2000 and located in Nicholasville, Ky. Aviation Safety Resources address the safety needs of new-generation aircraft with new parachute canopy design and manufacturing, ballistics & ejection technologies, and aircraft interface engineering. Keep an eye out for Aviation Safety Resources when Advanced Air Mobility/Urban Air Mobility begins to integrate into our everyday lives. Their technology is and will be lifesaving in aircraft emergencies.

We want to take a moment to thank our partner – the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers. For over 100 years, KAM has served our state’s manufacturing industry through advocacy, workforce development, education, and training, as well as cost-saving benefits for members. Fighting for manufacturers is what KAM does best, representing the industry in both Frankfort and Washington, D.C. Whether it’s advocacy, offering shipping discounts, or group health insurance, KAM has its members covered. Learn more and become a member by visiting www.kam.us.com

12: Angie and Tony Alexander of Mike Alexander Dies, Inc

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Season One
12: Angie and Tony Alexander of Mike Alexander Dies, Inc
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This week we are interviewing Angie and Tony Alexander, two siblings working together to continue the great craftsmanship at Mike Alexander Dies, Inc. Started in Louisville, KY in 1984 by the company namesake, they manufacturer rotary and flat steel cutting dies. Mike Alexander Dies, Inc. utilizes state-of-the-art CNC (Computer Numerical Control) and water jet equipment to produce consistent quality products for packaging and printing customers. Join us as they tell their story and why they are located in Kentucky.

We want to take a moment to thank our partner – the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers. For over 100 years, KAM has served our state’s manufacturing industry through advocacy, workforce development, education, and training, as well as cost-saving benefits for members. Fighting for manufacturers is what KAM does best, representing the industry in both Frankfort and Washington, D.C. Whether it’s advocacy, offering shipping discounts, or group health insurance, KAM has its members covered. Learn more and become a member by visiting www.kam.us.com