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Kurt Hillary and Al Fox are Featured in MMQB and Office Insight

Posted in Architectural, Corporate, Transportation, Corporate on August 06, 2014

Joined: Kurt Hillary as American Seating’s new vice president of operations. Hillary is responsible for all manufacturing, manufacturing engineering, supply chain and quality functions. He comes to American Seating from X-Rite where he was director of operations. He additionally held positions in operations and…

Originally posted in Office Insight on August 2, 2014

Made in Michigan: American Seating

Posted in Architectural, Corporate, Transportation, Corporate on July 03, 2012

GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) — If you’ve gone to school, a ballgame, or rode a city bus, you’ve probably sat on an American Seating product.

The company is marking it’s 126th year in business, and is as committed to staying in west Michigan as ever.

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Originally posted in WZZM 13 on July 1, 2012

Manufacturing is Essential to Recovery

Posted in Architectural, Corporate, Transportation, Corporate on February 12, 2012

GRAND RAPIDS – For West Michigan, manufacturing is a crucial part of the local economy. The role manufacturing will play in putting the economic recession in the nation’s rearview, said Vice President Joe Biden, rests in the ability of companies to bring jobs back to the U.S.

Originally posted in MiBiz on January 31, 2012

American Seating Never Left

Posted in Architectural, Corporate, Transportation, Corporate on February 07, 2012

About 120 employees at American Seating Co. logged at least two hours each over two happily chaotic days to prepare for Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to the manufacturer’s west side Grand Rapids plant last week.

Joe Biden speaks at American Seating Company

Posted in Architectural, Corporate, Transportation, Corporate on February 03, 2012

Vice President Joe Biden spoke in Grand Rapids on Wednesday of the resurgence of American manufacturing.

On Wednesday morning, January 31, Vice President Joe Biden visited Grand Rapids for the second time in less than six months. He gave a roughly 45-minute talk at the American Seating Company on the city’s northwest side. Biden praised the manufacturing company, which he said, “did not budge on outsourcing.”

Originally posted in The Rapidian on January 30, 2012
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