LSI In The Community

James Taylor, LSI executive, teaches about supply chain management

by Jonathan Williams, Communication Specialist

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James Taylor, PMP, LSI executive and adjunct professor for the Weber State University supply chain management program, has been featured in the spring edition of the university's alumni magazine. In an article titled, “Trains and Supply Chains Training" in Weber State University's Wildcat magazine, Taylor describes the supply chain profession in depth. Here are a few highlights from the article . . . .

LSI’s Dave Campbell embodies monumental volunteerism

by Jonathan Williams, Communications Specialist

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On April 24, 2019, LSI’s Dave Campbell attended the Champion of Hope Tribute Dinner hosted by the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan, where they presented the M. David Campbell Leadership Award to a worthy recipient. Dave’s monumental volunteerism prompted the foundation to name this award after him, so it seems fitting that we talk a little about his years of dedicated service. . . .

CEO Sean Slatter: $3B in U.S. defense contract opportunities available for New Hampshire firms

by Jonathan Williams, Communication Specialist

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LSI CEO Sean Slatter was the keynote speaker at the New Hampshire Aerospace and Defense 2019 Annual Networking Event held on May 13, 2019, in Bedford, New Hampshire. Slatter discussed $3B in potential U.S. defense contract opportunities for manufacturing, aerospace and defense companies in New Hampshire. . . .

Defense Alliance event discusses how the federal government invests in private business

by Jonathan Williams, Communication Specialist

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On May 8, 2019, great things were happening in the Twin Cities as LSI’s Chip Laingen hosted Brad Pantuck from the Office of Naval Research for an engaging discussion on how the federal government invests in private business. . . .

U.S. Small Business Administration awards $500,000 to UAMMI

by Jonathan Williams, Communication Specialist

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The U.S. Small Business Administration has awarded $500,000 to the Utah Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Initiative—UAMMI—to grow the advanced materials industry cluster in Utah. Congratulations to LSI’s Jeff Edwards, Angie McPherson Tymofichuk, James Taylor, Kori Ann Edwards and the entire UAMMI team on this big win for small business. . . .

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