Aimee Frank, who will be a freshman at Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y., this fall, has been spending her summer as a Mack intern. In fact, Aimee has been working in the Company’s Finance Department for the past year. She plans to major in mechanical engineering.
During her senior year at Arlington Memorial High School, in Arlington, Vt. – home to Mack’s headquarters – she was given the opportunity to intern when not taking classes. That part-time, school-year internship turned into a full-time summer internship in the same department.
“Aimee works hard and has built great working relationships within our department,” said Mack’s Chief Financial Officer Florence Belnap. “She’s a quick learner and enthusiastically works on new projects. She has been a key helper during our year’s fiscal end, and we will miss her when she leaves for school in the fall. We all wish her the best of luck.”
While she dreams of working for NASA after graduating, Mack has been a great experience for her.
“I’ve been having a great time here this summer,” said Aimee. “Mack Molding is very involved with the Arlington community, and it is great to work for a company that cares so much about the success of its employees and interns.”
As a Finance intern, Aimee has been helping with check runs, keying invoices and completing bank reconciliations, as well as price checks. When she is not working hard at Mack, Aimee spends her time enjoying the outdoors.
“It’s so nice to be able to spend my summer here in Vermont,” she noted. “With all the nice weather, I’ve been able to work out, play soccer and swim with my friends. This has been a great way to spend my last summer before college.”
Mack Mountain Cam: June 2017 – May 2018
The Mack Molding team has rolled 12 months of stunning views from the Company’s Headquarters in Arlington, Vt., into one quick video! So if you are not visiting us to find out more about Mack’s contract manufacturing services, as well as injection molded plastic, fabricated metal parts and high-level assemblies, it must be for the vistas! Don’t forget to check out the Mack Mountain Cam for yourself at http://www.mack.com/mack-mountain-cam/. Whether you’re looking to take in the breathtaking scenery of Southern Vermont, or you want to see if there might be snow on the slopes, we’ve got your inside connection – and a five day forecast to boot!
While its legacy is as custom injection molding, today Mack Molding is a vertically integrated product development and manufacturing partner that takes ideas from notes on a napkin through prototyping to manufacturing. For customers who are in that middle spot, Gardner-Mass. based Mack Prototype offers rapid tooling and prototyping, as well as low volume molding and manufacturing. The 75,000 square foot facility is perfect for verifying part design and function before investing in tooling. With its CNC machining, fused deposition modeling (FDM), stereolithography, polyurethane molding, extensive model finishing operations, tooling and small-part molding, Mack Proto also is uniquely positioned to create workable units for customers, events or regulatory approval. Learn more about the operation in this new video, or come by booth 1709 at MD&M East this week to discover our entire offering – Mack Medical, Mack Molding, Mack Technologies, Mack Prototype and Synectic Engineering – in person. Let us show you how our vertically integrated services can benefit your business throughout the product life cycle!
Late spring brings two traditions to Mack Molding – the return of the interns and housekeeping. To help you learn about the latter, we enlisted RPI’s Margaret Smith, Communications Intern, to create a video highlighting how we keep our facilities looking top notch!
While the long Memorial Day Weekend has most people thinking about swimming holes, barbecues, parades and the start of summer, the Mack team can’t get its mind off the upcoming Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) East Show.
Taking place at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center June 12-14, 2018, MD&M East attracts thousands of attendees – including more than 8,000 qualified buyers and decision makers – who gather to explore the latest technologies and innovations spanning medtech, design engineering, automation & robotics, plastics and packaging. Collocated with synergistic events like Plastec East, Atlantic Design & Manufacturing, ATX East, EastPack and the Quality Expo, it offers an unparalleled opportunity to meet the experts and companies that will turn your toughest manufacturing challenges into successes.
Mack will have a significant presence with a prominent location right inside the main gates at Booth No. 1709. At Mack, the design function is part of a total product development solution geared toward reducing cost and time-to-market through vertically integrated services that been organized to benefit your business throughout the product life cycle.
So whether you are interested in Mack Medical, Mack Molding, Mack Technologies, Mack Prototype or Synectic Engineering, the Company’s senior management and sales teams will introduce you to any and all of our capabilities as a full-service contract manufacturer, including specialties in plastics design, prototyping, molding, sheet metal fabrication, machining and turnkey system assembly.
As always, you are the most important part of the show, and we are excited to again offer an invitation to our friends, old and new, to take advantage of free expo admission. Simply enter promo code SPECIAL when registering to claim yours today!
If you would like to schedule a specific meeting time in our booth, please contact your business development manager, or Joan Magrath, Vice President of Sales & Engineering, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (802) 375-0312.
We look forward to seeing you in the Big Apple – and remember you can find us at Booth No. 1709!
And in thinking about Memorial Day, we would be remiss not to reflect on the brave men and women, and their families, who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to us all. From our Mack family to yours, we offer our deepest gratitude.