Spectronics Corporation President Jon Cooper Stays Ahead of Supply Chain Kinks

Spectronics Corporation President Jon Cooper featured in a Newsday story examining how manufacturers stay ahead of supply chain disruptions. Cooper says on the issue… “It’s important to always keep a list of secondary/emergency suppliers onhand for components that don’t have a lot of vendors dealing in them,” he adds. “You should actively monitor the costs other suppliers are charging…

Saint Patty’s Day Tradition Started with the Search for a Leak

On of the coolest Saint Patrick’s Day spectacles, the annual Chicago River dyeing which turns the Windy City’s primary tributary emerald green, all started accidentally with the search a leak in the municipal water supply system. CBS 2 in Chicago reports…. CHICAGO (CBS) — Thousands of green-clad Chicagoans celebrated St. Patrick’s Day Saturday first with the annual river…

Plant Operators Plug Away at Leaks

Important read in Chemical Processing magazine about how plant operators are seeking technology solutions to identify and mitigate fugitive emissions which,“may pose significant hazards to people and the environment.” Spectroline Industrial offers a full line of fugitive emission detection solutions From our Combustible Gas Leak Detector,Marksman™ II Ultrasonic Diagnostic Tool to our complete leak detection kits,OIL-GLO® dyes and cordless LED leak detection lamps,…

Spectronics Featured in Prominent Regional Manufacturing Forum

Spectronics Corporate Headquarters, Westbury NY– At a manufacturing panel hosted by the Long Island Association, Spectronics President Jon Cooper was bullish about the company’s long-term growth and how that’s translating into bringing manufacturing jobs to Long Island. “We have a five-year plan, and we expect to grow by 15 percent each year,” said Cooper. Spectronics Corporation is the world’s…

Common Mining Injuries

Mining is a dangerous industry. It’s often stated that safety is the top priority among global mining companies, however, serious injuries still occur on a regular basis. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a mining employee is more likely to sustain a fatal injury or illness than an employee in any other industry. The severity of mining injuries are also more likely to be life-threatening or life-altering.