Head Trainer/Production Tech (Former Employee) – Romeo, MI – April 29, 2016
New management recently took over this company and is changing everything that once made it great. They still have a profit sharing program that is beyond what you see anywhere else but I don't foresee it being around for much longer. Over all its a good place to work, just sad if you know what it used to be when it was still run by the founders.
A great place to work! Innovative, committed to employees and customers.
Sr. Analytical Technician (Former Employee) – Romeo, MI – May 9, 2013
• Supported R&D and performed competitive analysis using chemistry, statistics and instrumentation. • Worked with extrusion, mixing and packaging to maintain product quality and increased production efficiency. • Helped formulate tacky medium expandable and structural patch products • Participated in Six Sigma team that reduced the seasonal effect on production of high expandables. • Tested composite polymers, products and raw materials on the following instrumentation: FTIR, TGA, TMA, DSC, Ares Rheometer (DMA), Instron, 90° peel tester, viscometer, particle size analyzer. • Calibrated and maintained FTIR, TGA, TMA, DSC and DMA. • Specification tested structural patches, expandables and adhesives & low and medium expandables using ASTM approved methods. • Participated in Kaizen initiative to make our R&D lab more efficient.
L&L was a great place to work as I got to lead a team to extrordinary successes while growing our product line in the industry
SALES/PROGRAM MANAGER (Former Employee) – Romeo, MI – November 15, 2012
On a daily basis I would call field calls from our primary customer to address any quality, delivery, cost or performance issues. I would also present our new technology for use on upcoming programs. I would also mine for new opportunities with non traditional customers to further industry penetration. I would also ensure that my internal customers were satisfied as well
the challenges and the new technology were a joy to deal with every day
upper management did not provide a clear vision on what we were trying to accomplish long term