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Ana Dawes Joins Genesis Plastics Welding as Quality Assurance Manager

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Ana Dawes Joins Genesis Plastics Welding as Quality Assurance Manager

Tom Ryder, president and CEO of Indianapolis-based radio frequency welding contract manufacturer Genesis Plastics Welding, Inc., announced today the hire of Quality Assurance Manager Ana Dawes.

“Ana’s hands-on experience with quality engineering and inspection methods and techniques will only heighten early-stage quality assurance planning as we continue to grow,” says Ryder. “We look forward to Ana building upon the strong foundation of our current ISO 13485 quality management system as we strive to continuously improve upon all that we do here at Genesis Plastics Welding.” Dawes, a Six Sigma Black Belt, possesses an impressive background with more than 20 years of quality engineering and quality management system experience.

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Third Annual Fortville Pay It Forward Yard Sale

Our third annual Pay It Forward Yard Sale is in the books! Once again the community we are honored to work within left us in awe of their generosity. Read more about the results of the sale via an article from the Fortville-McCordsville Reporter.

[In the News] Annual Community Yard Sale Gives Ten West Theater a Boost

The third annual Genesis Plastics Welding Pay It Forward Yard Sale took place Saturday, August 12, 2017, and the results proved again the premise is a successful one: people coming together to run a rummage sale can raise a sizeable sum for a good cause.

This year, that sum was $1558 and the cause was Ten West Center for the Arts.

“The funds are going in part to help repair a section of roof that raccoons severely damaged earlier this summer,” Ten West Event Coordinator Andrew Okerson wrote in an email to the Fortville-McCordsville Reporter. “Some will also go to the theater program to help get the next show going.”

“We are blown away by such a generous donation. And it is even more special knowing that this one check came from countless members of the community donating and purchasing at the pay-it-forward yard sale,” said Okerson.

Genesis Plastics Welding President and CEO, Tom Ryder, who wrote in an email that the Genesis Plastics Welding team enjoys giving back to the community “in such a fun way” and he, too, is amazed at the event’s impact.

“Even though this was our third year for the Pay-It-Forward Yard Sale, it still amazes me how much good can come from donating and purchasing at a Saturday yard sale. Numerous members of the community, Main Street vendors, our employees, family, and friends all come together to make this event possible and support a local non-profit.”

“I’m pleased that this year’s benefiting charity was Ten West Center for the Arts. Their youth programs have a tremendously positive effect within Fortville and Central Indiana,” said Ryder.

 

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[In the News] Growth Within Radial Compression Devices Market

The use of radial compression devices within the healthcare setting is rapidly rising in the United States and the United Kingdom. In North America traditional femoral artery access is still the used more often, but due to lower bleeding and lower site complications, radial access is growing considerably.

In the UK, more than 75% of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI, formerly known as angioplasty with stent) are administered through radial access. The paralleled rise in the occurrence of radial artery occlusion may be playing a factor in the increased demand for radial compression. Experts also note a desire to adopt procedures and proven innovative devices that help bring about positive patient experiences, medical savings, and shorter hospital stays.

To read more about how radial compression devices are gaining traction and will grow to a $330 million market in the U.S. by the end of 2026, click here.

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