Issue 5
June 2015
Reshoring Results in More Manufacturing Jobs Returning to US Soil
Reshoring brings Manufacturing Jobs to US
As American manufacturers reshore, the U.S. economy stands to gain significant benefit.  The U.S. gained 60,000 manufacturing jobs in 2014 alone!  Click here to find out more. 

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Don Nowak
President and Owner 
How to Calculate Employee Productivity Levels 
Whether you're paying your factory workers hourly or they're salaried, it's important to measure productivity levels to ensure everyone is working effectively on activities that add value for your customers.

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What is the Theory of Constraints? 

The Theory of Constraints (TOC) is intended to improve manufacturing processes so production can flow more smoothly and result in better efficiency. But before you can employ it in your factory, you'll need to know what TOC is, its benefits and the issues it can reduce and prevent.

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Prioritizing with the Pareto Principle

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25th Anniversary!

Congratulations to Hennie Black who is celebrating her 25th year with Falcon.

Hennie is an integral member of Falcon's accounting department and has willingly tacked on numerous other responsibilities throughout her career with us.

Thank you, Hennie, for your many years of service!