Production Operator (Former Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – August 23, 2016
I learn quite a bit working in this industry what the product we made and what good it was doing for our country employees were friendly helpful management took care of there people I enjoyed everything about this job
Titanium Chemistry Analyst (Current Employee) – Whitehall, MI – July 15, 2016
3rd shift Ti analyst. Friendly staff, good benefits, wish the pay was higher but don't we all.. Great environment. if I wasn't on 3rds id be happier but then again, who wouldn't.. Nothing bad to say about the company.
Great company to work for. Only leaving due to current global situation
MAINTENANCE PLANNER-MATERIAL PLANNER (Current Employee) – Point Comfort, TX – July 14, 2016
Need to stay focused and on top of problems as they arise. Current plant management is good and caring Best co-workers ever!!! Enjoyable part was being needed and busy. Area appreciated hard work and dedication
Looking for thriving manufacturing environment with lean manufacturing direction
Group Leader/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Bettendorf, IA – July 7, 2016
A typical day involves the use of lean principles and the application of those principles to situations relevant to decision-making in the aluminum business.
The management culture is that of working with teams in developing their understanding of the business. This is the most critical part of the business is examining the process in which management uses to engage the union workforce in business decisions without violating their collective bargaining agreement.
Job satisfaction is the biggest gain through the engagement of the workforce and helping them understand lean manufacturing tools and advancing process improvement.
Layout Inspector (Current Employee) – Whitehall, MI – June 30, 2016
You will learn in one of the most challenging and precise industries. Corporate has great ideas and goals but they are not necessarily practiced in all locations. Each location around the world is different and although they have to follow corporate ideals they function as their own entity.